Razer and Verizon jump on the cloud gaming handheld bandwagon

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Logitech isn’t the only company eyeing game-streaming users

Razer Edge 5G Announcement Hero

Welp, it looks like Logitech isn’t the only company chasing the game-streaming market with dedicated handheld hardware. That’s why Razer and Verizon have announced that they’ve partnered to bring the Razer Edge 5G to market.It’s a device built for high-performance gaming powered by the Snapdragon G3X Gen 1. Qualcomm’s latest gaming platformSo not only does Razer and Verizon seem to be about to eat Logitech’s lunch with a much more powerful device than the yet-to-be-launched G Cloud, but with Verizon involved, a 5G Ultra is sure to come. You can expect to have access to Wideband. Handhelds are really portable.

As you can see in a recent tweet from Verizon’s public relations manager, the Razer Edge 5G is very real and has been officially announced. on the Verizon website (Also linked in the tweet). Little is yet known about this Razer device of his, other than a blurb on Verizon’s site, but today’s announcement confirms that Razer will be unveiling it at his Razercon, a convention taking place on October 15th. Revealed to share details. Moon.

Yes, it’s clear that game streaming is the new wave for hardware manufacturers. It’s certainly nice to see a resurgence of handhelds in the form of streaming devices, but game streaming still has a way to go to deliver the reliability and quality of local gaming, so it’s a matter of how much interest gamers actually get. It’s obvious to anyone who has it. Devices such as the Razer Edge 5G. Sure, the Snapdragon chip makes local Android games playable enough, but streaming is clearly the focus. Still, the first generation needs to come to fruition to improve the technology. In short, we are well on our way to a future where game streaming could actually exist as a viable alternative to high-end consoles and gaming PCs.

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