Admittedly, it has seen the heyday of large handheld consoles. It’s fair to say that since the Switch’s release, more and more people have become interested in the name “Play Anytime, Anywhere”. Although previous handhelds have been around for a long time with Gameboys. Logitech, one of the largest computer equipment companies, doesn’t want to lose the momentum of this handheld glory. Logitech has launched its latest handheld computer based on cloud gaming technology under the name “Logitech G Cloud”.
In partnership with Tencent, the console will run on Android, with 4GB of RAM and a 720G Snapdragon processor, as well as 64GB of RAM (which can be added via a microSD card), a 1080p 7-inch 60hz screen and a 23.1Wh battery that lasts up to 12 hours. With these specs, the Logitech G Cloud runs like a regular Android phone, except it has a gamepad for playing games. By using cloud gaming technology as a selling point for this console, such as Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia Geforce Now.
Logitech believes that cloud gaming is possible as the Internet technology in developed countries is getting faster and faster. Meanwhile, countries with internet like Indonesia may have to wait longer to implement cloud gaming technology without interruption.
The console itself will be released in October next year for $350, or about $5 million. Meanwhile, pre-orders are priced at $200 or $3 million, with Canada being the first country. Given the current state of the Internet in Indonesia, there is no firm word on whether this console will be released in Indonesia.
resource: small tools, Logitech G
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