The Kishi was showcased at CES in January and won two best in show awards. Razer says the controller “virtually eliminates input lag” thanks to the USB-C connection – rival controllers that rely on Bluetooth sometimes suffer from latency issues.

The controller has a similar layout, and indeed looks similar when connected to a phone, as the Nintendo Switch. There’s also a thoughtful passthrough port to let you charge your phone as you play which you will need in long sessions given the controller draws power from your phone.

Razer is selling the Kishi now for £79.99/$79.99/€89.99.