Razer took to CES 2020 with a bang as they unleashed lots of amazing new products for the buyers to look forward to. The Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop is the company’s first entry into the gaming space on a desk compared to their multiple laptops through the years. They also launched a brand new mobile gaming controller that is primarily targeted at PUBG and Call of Duty Mobile gamers.
The brand Razer has always wanted to stay ahead of competition and they have some amazing peripherals like the Deathadder gaming mouse, Razer Blade laptops, gaming microphones and custom-designed mechanical keyboards. The newly revealed gaming controller is also aimed at cloud-gaming services like Google Stadia and Xbox XCloud that will enable mobile gamers to play AAA titles over the internet.
Razer Kishi Controller
Razer Kishi is the new mobile gaming controller which will work seamlessly with both iOS and Android. The best part is that it can be connected to any device as it supports both a lightning port and USB-C connectivity, so that people with older iPads and iPhones are not leftout.
Gaming has never been the forte for Apple devices but everything changed with Apple Arcade and soon they may also adopt game streaming services from Microsoft or Google. The design of the Kishi controller is unique, supports easy cloud connectivity and is expected to launch in early 2020.
Razer Tomahawk Desktop Gaming PC
The Razer Tomahawk is the company’s first full-sized gaming PC fitted into a compact N1 chassis and it even resembles the Xbox Series X console. The GPU is shown through the transparent window, has i9 processor and is set for launch in first half of 2020. They also showcased a racing simulator concept and the Sila 5G home router for easier game streaming by streamlining your existing internet connection.