Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld Officially Launched

Hardware manufacturer Logitech has officially revealed its new handheld console: Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld. The device is focused on facilitating cloud-based game streaming through services like Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Logitech previously teased the device as part of an announcement regarding Its partnership with Tencent to build equipment.

However, at the time, there were no pictures or videos of the hardware in action. Logitech’s trailer shows the finished device (or something close to it).

The Logitech G cloud gaming handheld features a 1080p touchscreen, as well as face buttons, dual analog sticks, two triggers, and two shoulder buttons. Button assignments can be remapped and have haptic feedback. It’s also relatively light, weighing 463 grams (about 1.02 lbs). For comparison, the standard Nintendo Switch weighs 398 grams (about 0.88 lbs) and the Steam Deck weighs 669 grams (about 1.5 lbs).

The internals of the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handset are based on the mobile device parts. It uses octa-core Snapdragon 720G (same as in Samsung Galaxy A52). It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, expandable via MicroSD card. Logitech says the battery will last up to 12 hours and recharge in 2.5 hours via USB-C. It has stereo speakers and a stereo microphone. It supports Bluetooth 5.1 and USB-C headsets, and unlike many newer smartphones, maintains a 3.5mm headphone jack.

As for games, the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld has native support for both GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming (currently in beta). Players with their own gaming PC or Xbox console can also use Steam Link and the Xbox app for Remote Play. However, there is still no mention of whether the device will support the PlayStation 4/5 Remote Play app. Finally, players can also download the app from the Google Play store. This opens up nominal support for Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, Android games, and streaming video service apps like YouTube and Netflix.

The Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handset costs $350 USD in the US and $400 CAD in Canada. Pre-orders are already open, although there is no official release date yet.

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