Logitech now has presented its Android-based portable gaming console G Cloud, focusing on cloud-based gaming via services such as GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Since the device runs Android and has the Play Store, it should also be able to play Stadia games, although Google’s gaming service is not mentioned by Logitech.
Hardware-wise, the G Cloud doesn’t have much to brag about. The device offers a 7-inch IPS screen (1080p / 60Hz), Snapdragon 720G, 4GB RAM, Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi, as well as a 6000mAh battery. The software is based on Android 11 and has a tablet mode that allows G Cloud to be used more like a regular tablet.
Of course, the construction accommodates various physical game controls. The price in the US is $349, or $299 for those who pre-order. We don’t see G Cloud on Logitech’s Swedish website, so the launch might be limited.
Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.
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