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A dedicated cloud gaming handheld is in the works. The new hardware will offer a dedicated device with controls instead of the typical cases you attach to phones. The cloud gaming handheld will support a number of services, including Microsoft's cloud gaming service, as well as a number of hardware partners.

There is no mention of a release date, pricing, or even what the cloud gaming handheld looks like, even though the device is being teased. The experience that Logitech has in building PC and console gaming accessories will be its main focus.

One of the leading global platforms for game development, publishing and operations is why we are partnering with them. The idea of being able to stream and play games almost anywhere is exciting and we can't wait to show everyone what we've been working on.

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The new cloud gaming handheld only has a dedicated website where you can sign up for updates, but we should get more information in the coming months.

The idea of PC gaming on the go has been changed by the release of Valve's Deck steam handheld. Some people might want a cheaper alternative to the Steam Deck that can run cloud games and isn't reliant on your phone. It looks like the company is making that.