Kishi phone controllers are heavily discounted as part of Razer’s Black Friday promotions

Kishi phone controllers are heavily discounted as part of Razer's Black Friday promotions

Another wireless mouse worth checking out in the sale is the DeathAdder v2 Pro. It too has a 20K DPI Optical Sensor and optical switches. You’ll get up to 120 hours of battery life over Bluetooth or 70 hours via HyperSpeed, according to Razer. It’s available for $70 at the moment, which is the lowest price we’ve seen to date. The mouse typically costs $130.

For Black Friday, Amazon has a lot of Razer peripherals on sale, including mouse, headsets, keyboards, and a gaming chair. A number of items are also at all-time lows. The Viper Ultimate wireless mouse is one of the better deals. The price has been reduced to $90, which is $60 less than the previous price. The Viper Wireless comes in two colours: black and white. It’s an ambidextrous mouse with Razer’s optical switches, a 20K DPI optical sensor, and HyperSpeed wireless technology with reduced latency. Amazon has the Viper Ultimate (Black) for $90. Amazon has the Viper Ultimate (White) for $90.


  • Elsewhere, the Kraken X Ultralight wired gaming headset is worthy of attention. It has a bendable, noise-canceling mic and is compatible with PC and all consoles. The classic black verison of the headset, which is typically $50, currently costs $30, another all-time low. Get the latest Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers by visiting our deals homepage and following @EngadgetDeals on Twitter.

  • Also hitting all-time-low prices are the iOS and Android versions of the Kishi controller. It’s a gamepad that you can clip your phone into. Along with playing native mobile games, you can use it with the likes of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna and GeForce Now for cloud gaming, as well as games streamed from your console or PC. The Android version of the controller is $45 ($35 off) and the iPhone model is currently $60 (down $40).

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