One of my best friends had tested it in their room before and they were pretty impressed with its performance. But after a few hours, it started sounding jittery and my hands got sore. So I stayed home.
- It turned out that it wasn’t anything I didn’t expect.
SPECS AND DETAILS
- Length: 10.11 in (256.84 mm)
- Width: 4.61 in (117.21 mm)
- Height: 1.30 in (32.95 mm)
- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G (SD720G)
- Octa-core CPU up to 2.3GHz
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080 FHD (16:9 ratio)
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080 FHD (16:9 ratio)
- Type: IPS LCD
- Brightness: 450 nits typical
- Display Size: 7" diagonal
- Fresh Rate:60 Hz
- Touch Enabled: multi-touch
- Stereo speaker, driven by high voltage smart amplifier providing clear playback
- Stereo microphone, featuring echo canceling and noise suppression with high quality codec and DSP
- 3.5mm stereo headphone/headset jack
- AUX output support
- Bluetooth® 5.1, with Qualcomm® aptXTM Adaptive support
- Digital USB-C headphone support
- A / B / X / Y buttons
- L & R analog joysticks
- L & R bumpers
- L & R analog triggers
- L & R option buttons
- G button and Home button
SENSE CONTROL AND FEEDBACK
- Linear Haptics
- 6-axis IMU sensor
- Ambient light sensor
- Dual-band Wi-Fi radio, 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- 2 x 2 MIMO
- IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth 5.1
- Battery Type : Rechargeable Li-Polymer
- Number of Cells: 2 cells in parallel
- Battery Weight(g): 90
- Battery Watt Hours (Wh): 23.1
- TF Card
- WARRANTY INFORMATION
- 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
- PART NUMBER
SYSTEM IN THE BOX REQUIREMENTS
IN THE BOX
- Logitech G CLOUD gaming handheld
- Power adaptor
- USB cable (USB-A to USB-C)
- User documentation
- Android™ 11, with Google Mobile Service.
The new wireless Xbox cloud gaming hand held is called the “G Series” and has two models: The original version can connect directly to your TV if you have an Amazon Fire TV Stick or other compatible device, and offers a 3D surround sound audio solution.
At this time you won’t be able to play most games with wired connections. But if you choose, there are several additional capabilities such as 1080p 60fps motion support, low latency mode, automatic switching between different channels, among other things. I am not going into details of these features because we have already been told how much more important they are than just the video games themselves.
However it seems to me that this is a good opportunity for anyone who does not have access to any console but wants to play some AAA games on Steam with their PC. And by AAA games I mean very mature ones.
For example Super Mario 64, which required up to three discs to play without annoying glitches or crashes. Games like Halo Infinite with 4 discs. I will say that all the same titles do work without requiring extra stuff.
What you really want to be aware
- The Logitech G Cloud Gaming handheld is completely uncovered with its send off coming October 18.
- Clients can use Xbox Cloud Gaming, NVIDIA GeForce, the Google Play Store, Steam Connection, Stadia, and Amazon Luna.
- The cloud gaming handheld will send off in the U.S. furthermore, Canada first for $349 yet the gadget can be preordered for $299 until October 17.
- Logitech has completely uncovered the determinations with respect to its most recent cloud gaming handheld
That being said, let’s just say that the experience cannot compare to what you get with one of those gaming PCs or consoles. All these games run well while playing them on my new G series, in fact not only on my PC as well. Of course, even though games like Marvel’s Avengers were supposed to take advantage of the newest generation console, when the game actually came out I experienced many frustrating bugs with my PS4 game playing better on my new model. That’s kind of disappointing.
Still I prefer having my hands on my computer, which gives me the ability and freedom to play games at higher resolution and frame rate. Since the older versions of Microsoft’s hardware allow me to use them, I have no choice but to install them. On Google Play and Android.
Anyway all that is about me. I am very excited to share my thoughts about how I would like to play those old classic games on both my PS4 and my Macbook pro. My father’s first Windows-based Mac.
After owning it for over 20 years, it was running much faster than ever at this age. He tried many times to upgrade it as well to help it run natively on his own HP desktop which is something worth mentioning if you haven’t yet done so. Fortunately he didn’t end up upgrading it to a mac, despite knowing what was coming when he saw it.
Unfortunately, it couldn’t handle OS X, Windows or Apple applications, and needed a special program that allowed it to download third party software. In the meantime, Microsoft decided to release “Windows on ARM”, which you can play natively. Of course that meant changing lots of settings, as well as having to deal with certain limitations and security issues. Yes you still need to buy a licence and Microsoft says it should be fairly flexible to make the migration easy, but it was clearly not that easy since none of my dad’s files could work using traditional binaries in Win7.
The point here is that your computer and hardware must be upgraded to match the latest OS X with all its updates. When you look back at the last time I played World of Warcraft IV, I think it would be nice to play this old edition as well, no matter what OS you are on. I believe I am also ready to pay, so I will find a way to play all my games under $20, and hopefully, for an extra fee, enjoy everything that is currently available in the store for free. Some people play more premium than others and might want to spend some money on games.