The success of Valve’s Steam Deck has led other companies to chase similar formulas. And the latest one to try its luck with gaming handhelds is Logitech — except this one might not be the Steam Deck killer you’ve been awaiting.Logitech’s G division announced a handful of devices today, including the Logitech G CLOUD gaming handheld.
The name of the device itself should let you in on what’s its main focus. The device itself features a 7-inch 1080p 16:9 display with a 60Hz aspect ratio, as well as analog thumbsticks, a D-pad, four action buttons, as well as triggers.
As far as actual internal specifications go, though, this device isn’t carrying anything that’s particularly exciting.Rather than carrying internals that can actually run PC games, like the Steam Deck, the Logitech G CLOUD goes by with a Snapdragon 720G, a processor that’s often used on mid-range to entry-level Android smartphones.
Even less exciting are the 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM or the 64GB of internal storage. You can play some Android games here, and you have the Google Play Store to do so, but it won’t be a great experience in a lot of those games.Read more on howtogeek.com