Logitech has never been a major player in the Android ecosystem, but for its first big shot it’s hitching its cart to the growth of mobile cloud gaming. The Logitech G Cloud is a $350 Android-powered game machine with access to all the content in the Play Store, and more importantly, optimization for cloud gaming on GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Sadly, while the G Cloud does offer plenty of ways to play, and the controls feel very refined, but it casts such a wide net that it fails to excel at anything. Google crashed and burned trying to make Stadia work, but other cloud services are adding new games and subscribers all the time. If cloud gaming is the future (and I personally think that it is) it might make sense to have a dedicated piece of hardware for streaming high-end games — but not this piece of hardware.