With Kishi, Razer announces a gamepad similar to the Switch

Razer Kishi

Source Daniel Rubino Windows Central

There will be two versions to buy - one with USB Type-C for Android devices and one with a Lightning connector for iPhones.

Building a powerful gaming desktop PC is a cumbersome and costly task with a myriad of options available in the market for GPUs, RAM, and SSDs.

In partnership with Intel®, Razer introduces the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop – the first truly modular desktop system utilizing the new ultra-compact Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis. The Kishi controller supports low latency gameplay on compatible devices and has an ergonomic form with clickable analog controls and thumbsticks on both sides with a universal fit. It will soon change since this summer we will get to see this handsome Razer Tomahawk, which is said to be a fully upgradeable gaming PC which is actually pretty small (10L volume).

As the undisputed innovation leader in gaming hardware, software and services, Razer is looking to get players ready for the future of cloud and mobile gaming.

We have seen Razer sell gaming mice, keyboards, headsets, and their Blade laptops, but they have not yet tried to make a gaming desktop PC.

The Sila 5G Home Router is a mesh router offering like the original, but it focuses on delivering mobile gaming as well as playing games at home, coming with an integrated rechargeable battery, and the ability to act as a mobile 5G hotspot when you're on the move.

Razer can ship the Tomahawk with an Intel NUC that packs up to a 9th-gen Core i9 CPU, and up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM. However, it says, it will happen "early 2020".

And here is the Razer Eracing Simulator concept that was mentioned at the beginning of the article.

The concept at the event, running Project CARS Pro, showcases a 202-degree projection system, full manual controls, a steering wheel with paddle-shift, all on top of a hydraulic racing platform.

What's more, if you think it isn't up to snuff with your choices, they're always upgradeable. A few came up in between, but after making some buzz during the release, those products faded away to prove the reign of Nintendo Switch. The motion platform combined with the G-force and sounds allows for a completely immersive experience. That's an very bad lot of money, but as more manufacturers embrace NUC, we may see that start to come down. Also for this, the controller is already among the Recommended devices by NVIDIA GeForce NOW.

But for most of us, physical controls are essential for the most enjoyable experience.

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