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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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The land of the premium controller is one you can immediately feel the moment you move the analogue stick, pull a trigger, or press a button. The new Razer Wolverine V2 builds on the impressive first outing with a premium feel that sits well below Elite territory in terms of price.

And in going V2 it features a new shape too.
Perhaps the fact that we didn’t immediately reject the V2 shape is a good sign because the different grip angles and the premium feel you get from both the analogue sticks and the face buttons and triggers leads to comfort and responsiveness. Using this for extended sessions is great. And thanks in part to the clicky precision of the Razer Mecha-Tactile Action Buttons and Mecha-Tactile D-Pad, input is issue-free.

The build quality is uniformly excellent too, and in line with the price point. The rubberised grips, the mechanical clicky buttons, the premium feeling analogue sticks, the smooth triggers, are all a step above the standard pad - which puts Razer’s latest effort somewhere between the pack-in controller and the far more expensive Elite.

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