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Junglecat Gaming Controller for Android
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Razer Junglecat Gaming Controller for Android

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  • marc.hoppler

    vor 2 Jahren
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    4 von 5 Sternen

    Ideal für DIY Nintendo Switch

    Benutze die Controller zusammen mit einem Lenovo Tab M8 und einer selbstgebastelten Halterung aus dem 3D Drucker. Zusammen mit einem Streaming Service (Geforce Now) ergibt dies einen top Full HD PC Handheld.

    Pro

    • Akku hält lange
    • Schnelle Verbindung via Bluetooth
    • Kein Lag

    Contra

    • Eher teuer
  • dalupang.ryanjohn

    vor 2 Jahren
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    All in all the product is good, with minor suggestion for improvement

    Functionality-wise, it performs as expected - easy to setup and use. For games not supported by the app, it could take a while to map and tweak the setup - but once done you're good to go. The grip could use a little work though; since the controller's height is only about the same as the phone's width (at least for Huawei P30 Pro), the grip feels insufficient. 

  • Seirios-Titus

    vor 2 Jahren
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    Portability is great, They work as you'd imagine, compatible with majority of game stream/emu/games apps, for apps not compatible use Octupus. Razer Gamepad app is bad buy them if you are looking for:

    The Razer Junglecat, an honest review, PC Gamer perspective, using the Galaxy S10+.

    So I discovered this product right after its launch and was fairly surprised that Nintendo didn't come up with a thousand lawsuits against
    Razer in the following months, because the controllers are essentially bigger versions of the Joycons from Nintendo's Switch. Although it is a very cool product.The "Joycons" (Razer calls them something else but who gives...) are fairly easy to use, slide them in, hear a satisfying 'click' and use your phone as the ultimate mobile console. The feeling of holding your phone with two joycons is just something else, the screen is not hidden or smuged by your greesy fingers, you can actually see what you are doing in-Game, it really is a good experience. I mainly use it to run emulators or Moonlight and Steam Link, all of which work perfectly with the controller. The feeling of sitting on your balcony, in the sun and playing GTA Vice City on PPSSPP (PSP emulator, I own a copy of the game...) is pretty cool. The Battery life of the Joycons is outlasting your phone's more than once. The Bluetooth connection never failed me once, there is a negligible amount of ping (for the normal gamer), all in all a very good build quality (solid, premium plastic, better than the switch in my opinion), clicky buttons which for me is actually very satisfying but I've heard people getting annoyed by it, I honestly don't see why, a mechanical keyboard is way louder. No one knows what it is, you get weird looks from all over the bus or train, pretty cool. Also, these things are very light weight.

    Obligatory Buuuuut:

    The Gamepad App from Razer is absolute garbage, I bought the premium version of Octupus and uninstalled the Razer one after the Cons' firmware update was done. Octupus had no trouble finding the Joycons and Setup was fairly easy. Steam Link and Moonlight are both compatible so no issues there, it's basically plug and play at this point. The one thing, no one seems to realize is that you CANNOT charge your phone, when the Joycons are installed; now you could just unclick them and use the plastic middle bit to have a not so bad controller but that's not quite the point is it. Another thing, both joycons need to be charged seperatly, no charging cables included in the box, go find two usb Type-C chargers to charge them at the same time for 2.6 hours. Again not an issue really, since they have really good Battery life. Setup on my Galaxy S10+ was easy. Put the case on, slide them in there, all good. BUT, 3 phones. 3... Phones. Razer Phone 2, S10+, P30 Pro. That's included in the box. Haven't seen a place that sells other cases, I guess you could try and 3d print them but go figure. So yeah, to be honest, a reason why I bought the S10+ and not the S10 was to try out this thing. Don't regret it one bit.

    TL;DR: Quality good, can't charge phone while in switch mode, Razer App bad but Octupus premium good, 3 cases included. I Recommend.
     

    Pro

    • Battery Life
    • Portability (bus, train, no problem)
    • Overall quality very good
    • Size/weight
    • Compatibility with emu/game stream
    • Price is reasonable (I would buy on discount)
    • Works very well with Samsung Galaxy S10+
    • Case quality (not for daily case though)
    • Solid Bluetooth connection
    • Can be used on TV with Phone as output
    • Minecraft is great!
    • Not like switch where right Joycon has Joystick under buttons - much more comfortable here!

    Contra

    • Razer Gamepad App (basically bloatware)
    • Can't charge your phone when clicked in
    • Need to charge Cons seperatly
    • Only 3 phone cases (s10+, P30 Pro, Razer phone 2) included in box