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Logitech Introduces its Handheld Console: G Cloud Supports Xbox Game

Logitech introduces its handheld console G Cloud supports Xbox gaming

Logitech's latest Game Console: G Cloud - Logitech launched a Cloud handheld console running on the Android 11 operating system. This is a console created for cloud games, which works with, for example, subscription services Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass. Due to the Android system, it can also play games found in the Google Play Store. You can also stream games to your device using the Xbox app or Steam Link.

This game console from Logitech has a seven-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 hertz. The engine is Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G, which operates at speeds of up to 2.3 gigahertz. 

Logitech G Cloud has a headphone port, an integrated microphone, stereo speakers, wifi, Bluetooth 5.1, and a slot for the TF card, but you can't plug a sim card into it, so you can only play with wifi.

The G cloud is 25.6 cm wide, 11.7 cm high, and 3.2 cm thick, and weighs just under half a kilo. Its battery allegedly lasts up to 12 hours in-game use.

Logitech's latest Game Console G Cloud

Logitech G Cloud will sell in North America on October 17 for $350. Logitech G Cloud won't arrive in Europe until around 2023. Price has been wandering on the Internet. With a bit of extra investment, you can purchase the popular Steam Deck handheld console, which you can use to play most games on the Steam service. By cutting the budget, you can buy the popular Nintendo Switch, although then there is less choice of games, you get Nintendo exclusives.