Razer unveils Junglecat, iPhone 5/5S controller

Razer has officially launched their first console-style controller, the Razer Junglecat, made specifically to work with the Apple iPhone 5 and its successor, the iPhone 5S.

Razer Junglecat White

The Razer Junglecat has all the bells and whistles that one would typically look for in a controller. It has 4-way directional pad on the left, a pair of bumper buttons on each side, ABXY action buttons and a pair speakers for better sound quality.

However, unlike most controllers which have buttons on each end of the handset, Razer went for a slider design which, in combination with its 20mm-thin form factor, allows supported handsets to still be pocketable despite of being attached to the Junglecat.

Junglecat controller app

Another thing that sets the Razer Junglecat apart from the pack is the free-to-download companion app that lets users customize the controller to their liking.

With the Razer Junglecat iOS companion app, users can adjust the sensitivity of the buttons, re-map all the buttons and store up to 20 profiles which can be automatically loaded once they launch one of the many supported iOS games.

Razer junglecat black

The Razer Junglecat will be availalble starting this next month and will be retailed for USD99. It’ll be offered in Black, and White color variants.

5 Comments on this Post

  1. Benchmark

    Nako, ilang months na lang lalabas na ang Iphone 6… Panu na?

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  2. ang laki ng problema mo brad…

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  3. I wanna try this! pero bakit walang analog? #fail

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  4. sasshi

    No Analog Stick = No Hardcore Gaming

    It’s obvious that Razer is starting to suck big time.

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    • sasshinobrain

      lol if they actually use analog the jungle cat will be thicker the purpose of this is so that the jungle cat can still be as thick as 2 iphone 5s. If your a techy person/ just a person who “knows” how to search then you would know that analogs need more sh** in a device rather than a d pad.

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