Logitech G and Tencent are building a cloud gaming handheld set to release later this year

Logitech G and Tencent are building a cloud gaming handheld set to release later this year
Logitech G, the gaming-focused branch of the maker of PC and console peripherals, has announced a partnership with Tencent Games to release a “cloud gaming handheld” later this year. The two companies are in talks with the teams behind Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now, which presumably means that these services will be supported out of the box. They will allow gamers to play AAA titles on the go. The announcement talks solely of cloud gaming – it’s not even clear if any games will be able to run on the device itself. This sets it apart from the likes of the Steam Deck, which is focused on local gaming (it can do cloud gaming too, but it’s cumbersome without an onboard 5G or even 4G connection). Renders of Tencent's "PC Console" from a patent filed in 2020 This could be unrelated, but earlier this...

Peloton introduces handheld gadget amid treadmill recall

Peloton may be angling to sidestep its woes with a new gadget that has nothing to do with riding on a stationary bike.The fitness company, forced this month to recall thousands of its $4,300 exercise treadmills over customer injuries and the death of a child, is quietly testing a new device called The Tiger, sources told The Post.The handheld gadget, about the size of an old Sony Walkman, can be attached to a TV or computer and provides instant feedback on customers’ workouts, said a source close to the company.It was not clear what sort of workouts Peloton would be offering, but The Tiger is equipped with software that will assess customers’ form and movements.A small child got pulled underneath the moving Peloton treadmill.U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission/YouTubeThere is also a cover that slides over the lens when it’s not in use,...

Peloton introduces handheld gadget amid treadmill recall

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Peloton may be angling to sidestep its woes with a new gadget that has nothing to do with riding on a stationary bike.  The fitness company, forced this month to recall thousands of its $4,300 exercise treadmills over customer injuries and the death of a child, is quietly testing a new device called The Tiger, sources told The Post.  The handheld gadget, about the size of an old Sony Walkman, can be attached to a TV or computer and provides instant feedback on customers’ workouts, said a source close to the company.  It was not clear what sort of workouts Peloton would be offering, but The Tiger is equipped with software that will assess customers’ form and movements.  A small child got pulled underneath the moving Peloton treadmill.U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission/YouTube There is also a cover that slides over the...