Logitech has finally introduced its first gaming device, called Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld. It is a video console that will run the games from the cloud through services like Nvidia GeForce Now either Xbox CloudGamingand to give the new hardware the necessary push and support, Logitech has partnered with an industry giant, Tencent.
Logitech G Cloud features a 1080p resolution touch screen, face buttons, two analog sticks, two triggers, and two L and R top buttons. Button assignments are remapping and have haptic feedback. It is also relatively light, weighing in at 463 grams. For comparison, a standard Nintendo Switch weighs 398 grams, and the Steam Deck weighs 669 grams.
While native support is for Nvidia and Xbox cloud services, you can also connect with Steam Link and Sony’s Remote Play. At the moment the release date is unknown, but we do know that advance reservations are now open, and that it will cost $350 in the United States and $400 Canadian in Canada. The rest of the markets are also to be confirmed.
You can get a first look at the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld in a trailer below.