Just as expected, it is a machine that does not rely on its own horsepower to run the games, but instead invests in streaming games through the cloud.
Basically, it's a tablet with Android as the base, with integrated support for the streaming services Geforce Now and Xbox Game Cloud. We can probably assume that other services, such as Stadia and Amazon Luna, will also work great - as long as there is an Android app, most things should be possible.
The leaked specifications also proved to be correct, which means it is equipped with a Snapdragon 720G processor, 4 GB of internal memory and 64 GB of storage. It also offers haptic feedback, stereo speakers and a microphone with noise reduction. Logitech claims that you can lira for up to twelve hours on a charge, and charging it full then takes 2 1/2 hours, under the condition that the unit is switched off.
The price is $300 if you pre-book or $350 if you don't, and the launch seems to take place October 18 in the United States.