Today, Kaliber Gaming has announced some changes for their gaming peripheral, the KeyMander 2 Mobile. The latest update will allow Android players to use a keyboard and mouse for a plethora of mobile games. This will include the likes of Call of Duty: Mobile, Fortnite, Genshin Impact, Minecraft and the ever-popular Roblox among others.
In addition to that, Kaliber also says that the gadget will work with various mobile streaming services such as Google Stadia, NVIDIA's GeForce NOW and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This will apparently work regardless of if the game natively supports keyboard and mouse or not.
Other features of the KeyMander 2 Mobile include the ability to seamlessly switch back and forth between a keyboard and a controller to suit your personal preferences. It also boasts programmable macro functionality, allowing players to create one-touch button combos. Additionally, the peripheral benefits from upgradeable firmware. This ensures that the KeyMander 2 Mobile is always capable of supporting the latest games on the market.
Discussing the update, John Blair, IOGEAR BU Vice President at IOGEAR said: “While mobile play of mainstream titles is increasing in popularity, many gamers still prefer the comfort of desktop-style game control with a keyboard and mouse.”
They added: “KeyMander 2 Mobile was created for that crowd. Today’s we’re pleased to extend the KeyMander experience to Android mobile device users, making the KeyMander 2 Mobile ideal for mobile games, regardless of your preferred mobile OS.”Quite happy with touch controls but interested in cloud gaming? Check out our Definitive list of all Xbox Game Pass titles on Android with touch controls