Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld Launching On October 18 in the U.S.

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Logitech has just revealed the Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld that has been listed at CAD 400.

Logitech G Cloud

Logitech G Cloud

This device is meant to be used with Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA GeForce Now for cloud streaming and you can also use the Xbox app and Steam Link for local streaming from your console or PC.

For the specs, the G Cloud is powered by a Snapdragon 720G paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB so if you are planning to play major titles you might need to add storage with a microSD card.

This device focuses on efficiency by promising you a 12-hour battery life (23.1Wh battery). You can charge it using a USB-C and can be fully charged in just 2.5 hours.

On the front of the device, it boasts a 7-inch LCD with a sharp 1080p panel that is capable of 400 nits brightness, multi-touch support, and a 60Hz refresh rate.

Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld apps

You can also see in the images above that the device has a left and analog stick, L and R analog triggers, 2x bumpers, and a D-pad with A/B/X/Y buttons. These controls can be remapped and feature haptic feedback and a gyroscope as well.

As for connectivity, the G Cloud uses WiFi 5 as its main connectivity option with no 4G or 5G support so you need to be in the WiFi range.

Finally, the Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld was seen listed on Amazon US for USD 350 (around PHP 20,500) with pre-orders lowering the price to USD 300 (around PHP 17,600). You can also get one from Logitech G’s website.

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.

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Migs Palispis
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Started his freelancing adventure in 2018 and began doing freelance Audio Engineering work and then started freelance writing a few years later.

Currently he writes for Gadget Pilipinas and Grit.PH.

He is also a musician, foody, gamer, and PC enthusiast.

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