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Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android

Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android

Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
Razer Kishi Controller for Android (Xbox): Compatible with Most USB-C Android Phones - Cloud Gaming Ready - Type-C Passthrough Charging - Clickable Analog Thumbsticks - Android
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Features

  • Clickable analog thumb sticks for great accuracy and tactile feedback: refined your aim and execution with a familiar Console Controller experience, supported by an array of face and Bumper Buttons, as well as a d-pad for extra inputs.
  • Fits most Android devices for seamless compatibility: the controller's flexible design allows it to be stretched and clamped on a variety of phones and tablets, providing a secure hold that'll never come loose.
  • Latency-free game play for smooth control: unlike wireless Bluetooth controllers which produce lag, this Controller has Zero latency because it connects directly to your device's charging port-which means instant button response.
  • Type C charging port to charge your device while in use: if your phone or tablet is running low while you're gaming with the Controller still attached, simply hook up a charging cable to the Controller itself to get the device charging.
  • Ergonomic design for a comfortable handheld grip: Designed for long gaming sessions, the Controller feels great to hold and has optimized button placements to make sure each button press feels natural and intuitive.

Description

Razer kishi Controller for Android (Xbox)


ASIN B08D5DRBXQ


Release date August 26, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 199 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #825 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #13 in GEM Box Microconsole


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 5.28 x 3.7 x 1.46 inches; 5.6 Ounces


Binding Video Game


Item model number RZ06-02900200-R3U1


Item Weight 5.6 ounces


Manufacturer Razer


Date First Available August 26, 2020


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Features

  • Clickable analog thumb sticks for great accuracy and tactile feedback: refined your aim and execution with a familiar Console Controller experience, supported by an array of face and Bumper Buttons, as well as a d-pad for extra inputs.
  • Fits most Android devices for seamless compatibility: the controller's flexible design allows it to be stretched and clamped on a variety of phones and tablets, providing a secure hold that'll never come loose.
  • Latency-free game play for smooth control: unlike wireless Bluetooth controllers which produce lag, this Controller has Zero latency because it connects directly to your device's charging port-which means instant button response.
  • Type C charging port to charge your device while in use: if your phone or tablet is running low while you're gaming with the Controller still attached, simply hook up a charging cable to the Controller itself to get the device charging.
  • Ergonomic design for a comfortable handheld grip: Designed for long gaming sessions, the Controller feels great to hold and has optimized button placements to make sure each button press feels natural and intuitive.

Description

Razer kishi Controller for Android (Xbox)


ASIN B08D5DRBXQ


Release date August 26, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 199 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #825 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #13 in GEM Box Microconsole


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 5.28 x 3.7 x 1.46 inches; 5.6 Ounces


Binding Video Game


Item model number RZ06-02900200-R3U1


Item Weight 5.6 ounces


Manufacturer Razer


Date First Available August 26, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Clickable analog thumb sticks for great accuracy and tactile feedback: refined your aim and execution with a familiar Console Controller experience, supported by an array of face and Bumper Buttons, as well as a d-pad for extra inputs.
  • Fits most Android devices for seamless compatibility: the controller's flexible design allows it to be stretched and clamped on a variety of phones and tablets, providing a secure hold that'll never come loose.
  • Latency-free game play for smooth control: unlike wireless Bluetooth controllers which produce lag, this Controller has Zero latency because it connects directly to your device's charging port-which means instant button response.
  • Type C charging port to charge your device while in use: if your phone or tablet is running low while you're gaming with the Controller still attached, simply hook up a charging cable to the Controller itself to get the device charging.
  • Ergonomic design for a comfortable handheld grip: Designed for long gaming sessions, the Controller feels great to hold and has optimized button placements to make sure each button press feels natural and intuitive.

Description

Razer kishi Controller for Android (Xbox)


ASIN B08D5DRBXQ


Release date August 26, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 199 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #825 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #13 in GEM Box Microconsole


Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Product Dimensions 5.28 x 3.7 x 1.46 inches; 5.6 Ounces


Binding Video Game


Item model number RZ06-02900200-R3U1


Item Weight 5.6 ounces


Manufacturer Razer


Date First Available August 26, 2020


abunda_amazon_reviews I don't do reviews very often... But this is ridiculous. I managed to snag one right before they went out of stock. Excited after owning the Junglecat, this controller would allow me to play longer sessions with the pass through charging. It arrived, and to my frustration, it doesn't fit my Razer phone 2.....what... The heck....? How is the phone controller, by the same company not fit the phone by the same company....? No mention of anything on any paperwork. After some research, it turns out, there are alternate sets of rubber grips, that work on the razer phones.... That you have to call razer about and order..... If they have any in stock.....? What in.... I'm beyond confused.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Doesn't fit Razer phone 2....???;;Alexis;;;This controller does not work with COD mobile or PUBG at all. There is a Razer Kishi app that shows you what games are compatible even there there is nothing stated in the instruction manual. Used this with a Note 10+ and this stretched the controller to its limit. For some reason, I kept losing internet connection when the controller was on but worked when it was off so there is some obstruction by the controller. I really hoped this would be the ultimate controller but judging by the supported games, it is not worth the $90 I paid. There are $40-$50 Bluetooth controllers that will work with FPSs.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Does not support FPS shooters or Note 10+;;Stan L.;;;This is exactly the product I've been waiting for. I bought it for playing Stadia and other streaming services. It fits my Google Pixel 2 xl perfectly. When attached it's more comfortable to play than a Nintendo Switch. It works well with Android games too. Update: You can remove the rubber grips on the inside to fit a phone with a case. It works incredibly well with my Spigen Rugged Armor case.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect accessory for Stadia and Xcloud;;Bradley;;;Just a couple quick things. This will go on my S20 ultra. It is a stretch but not awful even though it does exceed the recommended dimensions from Razer. A case is completely out of the question. This also works with project xcloud and has been comfortable while playing. I definitely reccomend!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;S20 Ultra - WILL stretch on;;Justin Harris;;;I bought this on launch day for my Note 9. My initial impressions: Pros: + Offers a nice weight ratio to play in any orientation. No more sore wrists using top-heavy phone clips. + Analog sticks are great. No discernible dead zones like what you see from an iPega or other pads like it. + Passthrough charging is pretty nice. + Good build quality. It feels much more solid than the Junglecat. + Very low input latency. + Plug and play (unless your phone is in a case). When you use it, you can expect your phone to see it as an X-input pad. Mixed: ~ Most likely can't use with your phone case. Max depth of phones it supports is 8.8mm. With my Note 9, which is also 8.8mm, there's zero wiggle room for even the thinnest phone case. ~ Buttons and D-pad, while responsive, feels mushy, yet the D-pad also feels a little too sensitive. It's possible to hit diagonals while pressing just one direction on the D-pad, depending on the angle you press it in. ~ Since it's wired only, you can't use it with anything but your phone. ~ Native controller support is at best rare in the Android ecosystem, and trying to dabble in screen mappers is a quick way to get banned from Fortnite or whatever. Cons: - Can't use with wired earphones. It's still a leg up over the Junglecat that blocks both USB and earphones, but the Kishi's other leg is planted firmly in the ground, right in front of the 3.5mm jack. - It can drain my battery pretty quick. - The app is just a cheap and slapped together directory listing of controller supported games. It's really hard to find anything remotely interesting from this app, though. - For everything it has, or I guess that it doesn't have, like a battery or wireless functionality, it's weird to see it for just a little less than the Junglecat.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Closest thing to the best phone controller;;Kyle Hitchcock;;;Used it to play minecraft and asphalt and it is very nice I would recommend and buy again it feels very nice in your hands all the buttons feel nice and not cheap but the two triggers sound cheap overall I'm very satisfied btw I'm playing games on a note 9 and my phone fit flawlessly I included plenty of pictures some with a PSP for size and thickness comparison Update there are now photos comparing it to my razer junglecat for size;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It's good buy it;;Sophia;;;I planned on picking this up solely to see if it worked well on my OnePlus 6T. I had full intentions in returning it with the expectation the quality wouldn't be up to par (and the feel not like a Nintendo Switch). I was wrong. The minute I put my phone in this and ran some games, everything was solid. All my games, cloud streaming apps, and emulators ran like a dream, some even fully mapped. After 10 minutes, I decided to keep it. If you're looking for a solid gaming controller for your phone, check if the specs/dimensions fit and if they do, buy it ASAP.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Better than expected!;;Abraham H.;;;I can't express how excited I am to have this amazing little piece of tech. Overall its a fantastic way to play a plethora or emulated titles as well as popular games like Minecraft. Pros: IT FITS MY RED MAGIC 5G - this phone is HUGE so the fact that it fits is the biggest pro for me Button mapping is simple and intuitive. Zero latency when I'm playing anything. I always had issues with bluetooth remotes. Very lightweight Cons: I wish it had more mechanical feeling buttons. They are gummy like the original xbox. I dont know how well the elastic will hold up over time. No dust cover for the exposed middle section when its in compact mode. Impossible to use with a case on your phone. If youre a mobile gamer, especially if you play on emulators, get this immediately. ***note, it uses USB-C, if you phone doesnt have that type of port this is useless to you;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It fits the Red Magic 5G !;;Lai

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Alexis - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
Doesn't fit Razer phone 2....???
I don't do reviews very often... But this is ridiculous. I managed to snag one right before they went out of stock. Excited after owning the Junglecat, this controller would allow me to play longer sessions with the pass through charging. It arrived, and to my frustration, it doesn't fit my Razer phone 2.....what... The heck....? How is the phone controller, by the same company not fit the phone by the same company....? No mention of anything on any paperwork. After some research, it turns out, there are alternate sets of rubber grips, that work on the razer phones.... That you have to call razer about and order..... If they have any in stock.....? What in.... I'm beyond confused.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stan L. - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020
Does not support FPS shooters or Note 10+
This controller does not work with COD mobile or PUBG at all. There is a Razer Kishi app that shows you what games are compatible even there there is nothing stated in the instruction manual. Used this with a Note 10+ and this stretched the controller to its limit. For some reason, I kept losing internet connection when the controller was on but worked when it was off so there is some obstruction by the controller. I really hoped this would be the ultimate controller but judging by the supported games, it is not worth the $90 I paid. There are $40-$50 Bluetooth controllers that will work with FPSs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bradley - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
Perfect accessory for Stadia and Xcloud
This is exactly the product I've been waiting for. I bought it for playing Stadia and other streaming services. It fits my Google Pixel 2 xl perfectly. When attached it's more comfortable to play than a Nintendo Switch. It works well with Android games too. Update: You can remove the rubber grips on the inside to fit a phone with a case. It works incredibly well with my Spigen Rugged Armor case.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Justin Harris - Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2020
S20 Ultra - WILL stretch on
Just a couple quick things. This will go on my S20 ultra. It is a stretch but not awful even though it does exceed the recommended dimensions from Razer. A case is completely out of the question. This also works with project xcloud and has been comfortable while playing. I definitely reccomend!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kyle Hitchcock - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Closest thing to the best phone controller
I bought this on launch day for my Note 9. My initial impressions: Pros: + Offers a nice weight ratio to play in any orientation. No more sore wrists using top-heavy phone clips. + Analog sticks are great. No discernible dead zones like what you see from an iPega or other pads like it. + Passthrough charging is pretty nice. + Good build quality. It feels much more solid than the Junglecat. + Very low input latency. + Plug and play (unless your phone is in a case). When you use it, you can expect your phone to see it as an X-input pad. Mixed: ~ Most likely can't use with your phone case. Max depth of phones it supports is 8.8mm. With my Note 9, which is also 8.8mm, there's zero wiggle room for even the thinnest phone case. ~ Buttons and D-pad, while responsive, feels mushy, yet the D-pad also feels a little too sensitive. It's possible to hit diagonals while pressing just one direction on the D-pad, depending on the angle you press it in. ~ Since it's wired only, you can't use it with anything but your phone. ~ Native controller support is at best rare in the Android ecosystem, and trying to dabble in screen mappers is a quick way to get banned from Fortnite or whatever. Cons: - Can't use with wired earphones. It's still a leg up over the Junglecat that blocks both USB and earphones, but the Kishi's other leg is planted firmly in the ground, right in front of the 3.5mm jack. - It can drain my battery pretty quick. - The app is just a cheap and slapped together directory listing of controller supported games. It's really hard to find anything remotely interesting from this app, though. - For everything it has, or I guess that it doesn't have, like a battery or wireless functionality, it's weird to see it for just a little less than the Junglecat.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sophia - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
It's good buy it
Used it to play minecraft and asphalt and it is very nice I would recommend and buy again it feels very nice in your hands all the buttons feel nice and not cheap but the two triggers sound cheap overall I'm very satisfied btw I'm playing games on a note 9 and my phone fit flawlessly I included plenty of pictures some with a PSP for size and thickness comparison Update there are now photos comparing it to my razer junglecat for size

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Abraham H. - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Better than expected!
I planned on picking this up solely to see if it worked well on my OnePlus 6T. I had full intentions in returning it with the expectation the quality wouldn't be up to par (and the feel not like a Nintendo Switch). I was wrong. The minute I put my phone in this and ran some games, everything was solid. All my games, cloud streaming apps, and emulators ran like a dream, some even fully mapped. After 10 minutes, I decided to keep it. If you're looking for a solid gaming controller for your phone, check if the specs/dimensions fit and if they do, buy it ASAP.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lai - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020
It fits the Red Magic 5G !
I can't express how excited I am to have this amazing little piece of tech. Overall its a fantastic way to play a plethora or emulated titles as well as popular games like Minecraft. Pros: IT FITS MY RED MAGIC 5G - this phone is HUGE so the fact that it fits is the biggest pro for me Button mapping is simple and intuitive. Zero latency when I'm playing anything. I always had issues with bluetooth remotes. Very lightweight Cons: I wish it had more mechanical feeling buttons. They are gummy like the original xbox. I dont know how well the elastic will hold up over time. No dust cover for the exposed middle section when its in compact mode. Impossible to use with a case on your phone. If youre a mobile gamer, especially if you play on emulators, get this immediately. ***note, it uses USB-C, if you phone doesnt have that type of port this is useless to you

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Alexis - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
Doesn't fit Razer phone 2....???
I don't do reviews very often... But this is ridiculous. I managed to snag one right before they went out of stock. Excited after owning the Junglecat, this controller would allow me to play longer sessions with the pass through charging. It arrived, and to my frustration, it doesn't fit my Razer phone 2.....what... The heck....? How is the phone controller, by the same company not fit the phone by the same company....? No mention of anything on any paperwork. After some research, it turns out, there are alternate sets of rubber grips, that work on the razer phones.... That you have to call razer about and order..... If they have any in stock.....? What in.... I'm beyond confused.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stan L. - Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020
Does not support FPS shooters or Note 10+
This controller does not work with COD mobile or PUBG at all. There is a Razer Kishi app that shows you what games are compatible even there there is nothing stated in the instruction manual. Used this with a Note 10+ and this stretched the controller to its limit. For some reason, I kept losing internet connection when the controller was on but worked when it was off so there is some obstruction by the controller. I really hoped this would be the ultimate controller but judging by the supported games, it is not worth the $90 I paid. There are $40-$50 Bluetooth controllers that will work with FPSs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bradley - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
Perfect accessory for Stadia and Xcloud
This is exactly the product I've been waiting for. I bought it for playing Stadia and other streaming services. It fits my Google Pixel 2 xl perfectly. When attached it's more comfortable to play than a Nintendo Switch. It works well with Android games too. Update: You can remove the rubber grips on the inside to fit a phone with a case. It works incredibly well with my Spigen Rugged Armor case.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Justin Harris - Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2020
S20 Ultra - WILL stretch on
Just a couple quick things. This will go on my S20 ultra. It is a stretch but not awful even though it does exceed the recommended dimensions from Razer. A case is completely out of the question. This also works with project xcloud and has been comfortable while playing. I definitely reccomend!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kyle Hitchcock - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Closest thing to the best phone controller
I bought this on launch day for my Note 9. My initial impressions: Pros: + Offers a nice weight ratio to play in any orientation. No more sore wrists using top-heavy phone clips. + Analog sticks are great. No discernible dead zones like what you see from an iPega or other pads like it. + Passthrough charging is pretty nice. + Good build quality. It feels much more solid than the Junglecat. + Very low input latency. + Plug and play (unless your phone is in a case). When you use it, you can expect your phone to see it as an X-input pad. Mixed: ~ Most likely can't use with your phone case. Max depth of phones it supports is 8.8mm. With my Note 9, which is also 8.8mm, there's zero wiggle room for even the thinnest phone case. ~ Buttons and D-pad, while responsive, feels mushy, yet the D-pad also feels a little too sensitive. It's possible to hit diagonals while pressing just one direction on the D-pad, depending on the angle you press it in. ~ Since it's wired only, you can't use it with anything but your phone. ~ Native controller support is at best rare in the Android ecosystem, and trying to dabble in screen mappers is a quick way to get banned from Fortnite or whatever. Cons: - Can't use with wired earphones. It's still a leg up over the Junglecat that blocks both USB and earphones, but the Kishi's other leg is planted firmly in the ground, right in front of the 3.5mm jack. - It can drain my battery pretty quick. - The app is just a cheap and slapped together directory listing of controller supported games. It's really hard to find anything remotely interesting from this app, though. - For everything it has, or I guess that it doesn't have, like a battery or wireless functionality, it's weird to see it for just a little less than the Junglecat.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sophia - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
It's good buy it
Used it to play minecraft and asphalt and it is very nice I would recommend and buy again it feels very nice in your hands all the buttons feel nice and not cheap but the two triggers sound cheap overall I'm very satisfied btw I'm playing games on a note 9 and my phone fit flawlessly I included plenty of pictures some with a PSP for size and thickness comparison Update there are now photos comparing it to my razer junglecat for size

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Abraham H. - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Better than expected!
I planned on picking this up solely to see if it worked well on my OnePlus 6T. I had full intentions in returning it with the expectation the quality wouldn't be up to par (and the feel not like a Nintendo Switch). I was wrong. The minute I put my phone in this and ran some games, everything was solid. All my games, cloud streaming apps, and emulators ran like a dream, some even fully mapped. After 10 minutes, I decided to keep it. If you're looking for a solid gaming controller for your phone, check if the specs/dimensions fit and if they do, buy it ASAP.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lai - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020
It fits the Red Magic 5G !
I can't express how excited I am to have this amazing little piece of tech. Overall its a fantastic way to play a plethora or emulated titles as well as popular games like Minecraft. Pros: IT FITS MY RED MAGIC 5G - this phone is HUGE so the fact that it fits is the biggest pro for me Button mapping is simple and intuitive. Zero latency when I'm playing anything. I always had issues with bluetooth remotes. Very lightweight Cons: I wish it had more mechanical feeling buttons. They are gummy like the original xbox. I dont know how well the elastic will hold up over time. No dust cover for the exposed middle section when its in compact mode. Impossible to use with a case on your phone. If youre a mobile gamer, especially if you play on emulators, get this immediately. ***note, it uses USB-C, if you phone doesnt have that type of port this is useless to you