Logitech Announces G Cloud as Its Handheld Console for Android Cloud Gaming; See the price

Logitech on Wednesday (21) announced the G Cloud, its first handheld console focused on cloud gaming. The device first hinted at its existence in mid-August, but the Swedish manufacturer finally ended the mystery by unveiling the device under the “Logitech G” brand in partnership with Tencent Games.

OG Cloud provides access to a variety of cloud gaming libraries – including Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA GeForce NOW, two of the industry’s largest platforms – via 7-inch IPS display with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), 60 Hz refresh rate and 450 nits peak brightness. Check out all the details below.

To ensure an immersive experience, the handheld console offers haptic feedback, a gyroscope and button mapping customization. Logitech promises more than 12 hours of autonomy and emphasizes the device’s weight of only 463 grams, which allows gamers to play for a long time without interruption or discomfort.

There are also echo-cancelling stereo speakers and microphones for online gaming, although it is also possible to connect headphones via its standard P2, Bluetooth 5.1 or USB-C port. With Wi-Fi connection, updating the system or inviting friends to play will not be a problem.


The model works on Android and Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor With a 750 MHz Adreno 618 GPU, so there is an extensive list of games compatible with Google’s operating system that can be downloaded from the Play Store.

Speaking of that hardware centerpiece, the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld—for the less intimate—gives you access to over 1,400 titles available on Xbox Cloud Gaming, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, and Google Stadia. There’s also the option to connect to your Steam account and play via SteamLink.

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The joystick itself has an “ABXY” layout similar to an Xbox controller, and also offers directional and analog buttons, a home screen button, and a button with the Logitech logo, the function of which has yet to be specified. There are also the top buttons and triggers typical of a Microsoft console accessory.

Price and availability

Logitech G Cloud is now available for pre-order on the manufacturer’s official website in the United States and Canada. initially, The handheld console retails for $299But after the mid-October launch, its price will increase to US$349 (about R$1,809), which is still more affordable than the R$399 Steam Deck.

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