Some time ago we told you that Tencent and Logitech were working on a portable video game console, with a design that somewhat resembled that of the Nintendo Switch. Well, after several leaks, the console is now official and was revealed by Xbox.
Through a post on its blog, Xbox announced an important collaboration, through the Logitech G Cloud portable console that will be launched on October 17. As had already been speculated, this will be a device that will focus on offering gaming experiences in a portable form factor, due to the fact that it works through the power of the cloud and not internal processing. Watch her in action:
The Logitech G Cloud offers a 7″ display with HD resolution and 60Hz refresh rate with a 16:9 aspect ratio. In addition, it has ergonomic controls, remapping of controls, haptic feedback, integrated Wi-Fi and autonomy of more than 12 hours, in addition to being very light.
The device will have the Game Pass app installed, but also a remote game app that will allow you to directly stream any game that you have installed on your Xbox, even if it is not part of Game Pass. On the other hand, the trailer also shows applications from Steam Link, NVIDIA GeForce Now, YouTube and more.
The Logitech G Cloud will cost $300 USD and will be available in the United States from next October 17. Unfortunately, no details are yet known about his possible arrival in Latin America.
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