Logitech has unveiled several new devices, including the Logitech G CLOUD gaming handheld. According to the company, the device will go on sale in October, costing about $350. That price doesn’t include cloud subscriptions.
What will the Logitech G CLOUD give you?
Logitech developed this device specifically for games from cloud gaming services. At the same time, use local gaming services such as Xbox Remote Play and Steam Link.
The screen characteristics are superficial, 1080p expansion, 7-inch IPS display with 60 Hz refresh rate, and 450 nits brightness. The Logitech G CLOUD has a Snapdragon 720G processor, often used in mid to entry-level Android smartphones.
This device has stereo speakers with an amplifier and a noise-canceling stereo microphone. Also, one of the essential characteristics is the connectors: audio outputs 3.5 mm and USB-C. The statement of working time is up to 12 and a half hours of playtime and weighs about a pound.
You can connect to the Logitech G CLOUD only through Wi-Fi 5. Also, this device doesn’t have cellular support. It also connects using Bluetooth 5.1.
The built-in memory is 64 GB. You can play some games on Android, and for that, you have the Google Play Store, but many of these games won’t please you. The primary purpose of creating this device is to use cloud games. This device also has microSD/TF card slots.
Along with this device, the company announced PRO Racing Wheel and pedals Racing Pedals, headphones Astro A30, and more than 27 hours of battery life. As well as wireless headphones G FITS, working 7 hours of battery life when connected LIGHTSPEED and 10 hours with a standard Bluetooth connection.