The new Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld will be available in October for $350
Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld (Logitech)

Logitech G Cloud new portable gaming device with 7-inch full HD screen and 12+ hours of battery power is unveiled.

The new Logitech G Cloud gaming portable is designed to be used in conjunction with Xbox Cloud Gaming, and also Nvidia GeForce Now for cloud streaming, as well as the Xbox app, plus Steam Link for local streaming from your gaming console and Computer. You can also download alternative streaming services that operate on Android OS: such as; Google Stadia and also Amazon Luna.

Logitech G CLOUD Main Features

  • In your hands, the greatest of cloud gaming— Play countless of AAA games in up to 1080p 60fps without downloading or upgrading your gear with WiFi and cloud gaming subscriptions.
  • Compatibility with Xbox Cloud Gaming as well as NVIDIA GeForce Now, as well as accessibility to more cloud services via the Google Play store.
  • Play your games from a distance using the Xbox app as well as the Steam Link app.
  • 7-inch Full HD 1080p display with a refresh rate of 60Hz and a 16:9 full-screen gaming experience.
  • With a 12+ hour battery life and an absurdly light weight of 463g, you can play all day.

The Google Play Store is available on the new console, but native gaming isn’t the G Cloud’s strong suit – it’s fuelled by a Snapdragon 720G, which really is good and efficient but not designed for AAA gaming. If you’d like to explore native gaming, keep in mind that there is only 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage, which may be insufficient for more complex games. However, you can increase the memory space with a microSD card.

However, efficiency is crucial, since this portable console offers more than 12 hours of battery usage with its 23.1Wh battery. Over USB-C, charging takes 2.5 hours. There’s a 3.5mm headphone connector, Bluetooth 5.1, plus stereo speakers.

Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld (Logitech)
Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld (Logitech)

A 7″ LCD screen with 450 nits of brightness, multi-touch capability, and a refresh rate of 60Hz is included. That’s a little disappointing; as cloud streaming isn’t ideal for HRR gaming, however GeForce Now, for example, already offers 120fps streaming. Nonetheless, the 1080p resolution may be the highlight of this portable, considering that both; Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck offer 720p-class 60Hz screens.

Wi-Fi is used by the new handheld console to connect to the Internet. It is Wi-Fi 5 (ac) and is not Wi-Fi 6. (ax). There is also no 4G LTE or superfast 5G connectivity; you must be within Wi-Fi coverage.

The Logitech G Cloud features analogue joysticks on the left and right, analogue triggers on the left and right, two bumpers, a D-pad, and A/B/X/Y buttons. The controls can be rearranged. A gyroscope and haptic feedback are also included.

Logitech G CLOUD Price and Release Date

The Logitech G CLOUD Gaming Handheld combines superior graphics and cloud libraries of blockbuster games in your hands, allowing you to play what you want, whenever you want. The Logitech G CLOUD is priced $350 and will be available for shoppers in October. The CLOUD requires a cloud subscription service, such as NVIDIA GeForce Now or Xbox Game Pass, to function properly.

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