The Logitech G Cloud is designed to be a dedicated handheld console for mobile and cloud gaming. It mixes the build of a portable system, like the Nintendo Switch Lite, with the utility of an Android tablet — all in one $350 device.
The G Cloud features a hefty seven-inch 1080p touchscreen that's comparable to the original Nintendo Switch model, and packs in a 12-hour battery life that'll easily get you through multiple prolonged gaming sessions. The device is also integrated with Xbox Cloud Gaming services, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, and the Google Play Store, so you should have no shortage of titles to sink your teeth into (the PlayStation Remote Play app works here, too). As long as you're able to connect to WiFi, you should be able to conveniently stream your favorite games right from your console at your leisure.
The G Cloud also has access to the Google Play Store, so you can still opt to install popular Android games like Fortnite and Minecraft, but the performance of downloaded titles will be limited by the G Cloud's built-in processor.
After testing the G Cloud, we've been impressed by the device's solid streaming performance, lightweight design, and long battery life, but there are some limitations that hold it back from being the ultimate cloud gaming handheld.