Following rumors and leaks, Logitech has officially announced the Logitech G Cloud device, and it is compatible with Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming. That means you can play Halo Infinite, Grounded, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 5 on the go via streaming on the device. It also supports Nvidia GeForce Now.
The device has “precision” controls, a 1080p screen, and battery life that is described by Logitech as “amazing.” More specifically, it will run for about 12 hours on a charge, Logitech said. It weighs 463 grams.
The Logitech G Cloud will be available to buy in North America at LogitechG.com, Best Buy, and Amazon for $350. Everyone who preorders now can get the device for $50 off, dropping it down to $300.
The Logitech G Cloud was developed collaboratively with Logitech and Tencent. As mentioned, it supports Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now. Additionally, users can stream games from an Xbox console or the Xbox app. Games can also be streamed to the device from Valve’s Steam Link, while remote play apps, video streaming apps, and other apps can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Logitech says the Logitech G Cloud, like all Logitech G products, are “carbon neutral.” Additionally, the packaging is made from forests certified by FSC and other “controlled sources.”
Logitech G Cloud Official Description:
Written by Logitech
- Comfortable Play All Day – With a 12+ hour battery life and weight of only 463g, players can enjoy extended gaming sessions.
- Full HD: – The large 7-inch full 1080p HD touchscreen touts a 60Hz refresh rate and a full-screen 16:9 gaming experience that is unique to handhelds.
- Precision Gaming Controls – Performance and feedback rival the best controllers with haptics, gyroscope, and remappable controls.
- Sustainability: – All Logitech G products are certified carbon neutral, meaning that the carbon impact of the product has been reduced to zero due to Logitech’s investment in carbon offsetting and removal projects. The packaging of this product is also made from paper sourced from FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources.
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