Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld comes with 1080p display and Snapdragon 720G

Play like a boss

If the gamer in you is not ready to subdue and you have no money to spare for games and high-end hardware, you may want to switch to cloud gaming. And if you do, we just have a close to perfect device for you (disclaimer:expensive is subjective). 

The Logitech G Cloud gaming handheld is an Android-powered tablet inside a controller device designed with the sole purpose to satisfy the gamer in you. The device can be used with all sorts of cloud gaming and streaming services that work on Android, including Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. It offers haptic feedback, remappable buttons and gyroscope control. Inputs include, dual thumbsticks, d-pad, face buttons, bumpers and triggers, a home button, G-button and option button on both sides.  

It sports a 7in LCD, a 1080p panel with 450 nits brightness, multi-touch support and 60Hz refresh rate (not very promising though). It depends on Wi-Fi for Internet connectivity and doesn’t support 4G or 5G connectivity. It runs on a Snapdragon 720G, but doesn't support AAA gaming. The Logitech gaming handheld comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, in addition to expandable space. As per the brand, this handheld has a battery capacity of up to 12 hours. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.1 and stereo speakers. 

Too eager to know the cost for all this: This G Cloud Gaming handheld can be yours for ₹24,252 (like stated in the beginning, expensive is subjective, wink wink).