Razer Junglecat Gamepad Launched For The IPhone

Posted: Jun 3 2014, 10:17pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming Gear

Razer Junglecat gamepad launched for the iPhone

Turn your iPhone into a gaming machine with the new Razer Junglecat.

Razer has just launched a new gaming accessory for the iPhone. Called the Razer Junglecat, this gamepad fits easily on the iPhone. It's also thin at 20mm, making it very portable for gaming.

Razer has also managed to add a few nifty controllers including AXBY pressure-sensitive buttons, a D-pad, and bumpers. The good thing about these accessories is that they eliminate on-screen controls, thus offering more space on the screen.

Since it's an MFi (Made for iPhone) product, it also has its own companion app which can be downloaded from the App Store. The iOS app lets users remap and define all of its button functions, as well as adjust pressure sensitivity according to preference, Razer says.

Users can also store up to 20 personalized profiles for their favorite games. This is helpful if you have different custom set-ups.

“Game development is cascading into mobile with incredible production values and at a record pace, and the crossover of console gamers playing on their iOS and other mobile devices is growing in stride,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director. “The opportunity to design a sleek, high-performance gamepad controller for the iPhone was an exciting proposition that we can’t wait to share with our community and the world.”

The Razer Junglecat retails for $99.99.

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