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Lilbits: Is the Logitech G Cloud overpriced (and bad)? Seamless updates coming to Samsung phones, and more

The Logitech G Cloud is a handheld gaming device made for cloud gaming. It’s basically an Android tablet with a 7 inch display, but thanks to built-in game controllers it’s clearly built for gaming. And thanks to its mid-range processor, it’s clearly not meant for native gaming, but for streaming games from cloud services like Xbox […]

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Lilbits: Lenovo Yoga Paper E Ink tablet leaked, Windows 11 File Explorer tabs arrive, Apple TV 4K gets a major spec bump

Microsoft is rolling out a number of Windows 11 updates bringing support for new features like tabs in File Explorer and the return of old features like the ability to open the Task manager from the Taskbar. In addition to launching new iPad Pro and entry-level iPad models, Apple is now taking pre-orders for a new […]

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Logitech G Cloud is a handheld console built for game streaming (ships October 18)

The Logitech G Cloud is a handheld gaming device with the specs of a mid-range smartphone, which might seem odd at a time when phones made for gaming tend to be stuffed to the gills with premium specs. But it makes sense when you realize that the Logitech G Cloud is designed to be an affordable […]

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Logitech G Cloud handheld cloud gaming console specs leaked

This summer Logitech and Tencent announced plans to launch a handheld game console designed for cloud gaming. Now more details about the upcoming device have leaked. According to specs uncovered by Kuba Wojciechowski, it’s an Android-powered device called the Logitech G Cloud, and it has the specs of a mid-range phone. Those specs include a […]

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Lilbits: Asus ROG Phone 6D, CTL Chromebook NL72-L with 4G LTE, and Linux phone news

The Asus ROG Phone 6 is a gaming phone with a 6.8 inch, 165 Hz OLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, support for up to 18GB of RAM, and plenty of other premium features including RGB lighting on the back. Asus announced the phone in July, but it looks like the company […]

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Logitech and Tencent are making a cloud gaming handheld (Update: pictures leaked)

There’s no shortage of handheld gaming devices these days, ranging from smartphones to consoles to full-fledged gaming PCs. But thanks to the rise of cloud gaming, you might not need a high-power handheld to play PC and console-quality games, as long as you’ve got a good internet connection. So Logitech and Tencent have announced plans for […]

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Lilbits: 3rd-party widgets for Windows 11, restore MS Store apps on a new PC, and more from MS Build

Microsoft’s Build developer conference is taking place this week, and Microsoft has already announced a bunch of new and upcoming software and service updates coming for developers and end users. One of the most intriguing is ARM-native versions of the company’s developer tools, plus a new ARM-based PC for developers set to launch later this […]

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Lilbits: Modular laptops, Google’s foldable “Pixel Notepad,” and open-spec single-board computers

The Framework Laptop is a thin and light notebook with a 13.5 inch, 256 x 1504 pixel display, an Intel Tiger Lake processor, and a modular design that makes the computer not only versatile and repairable, but also hackable — because folks have been designing their own custom expansion modules that do more than just […]

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Logi Dock PC docking station has a speaker, mics, and meeting controls

There’s no shortage of PC docking stations that allow you to connect your laptop to a display, keyboard, mouse, and other peripherals with a single cable. But the new Logi Dock from Logitech is one of the first I’ve seen that also features a built-in speaker and microphone system as well as meeting control buttons for managing […]

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Lilbits: Windows 365 Cloud PC pricing revealed, Logitech launches earbuds for video conferencing, and more Pixel 6 details

When Microsoft introduced Windows 365 a few weeks ago, the combined described it as a system that would let users pay a monthly fee for access to Cloud PCs that basically put your Windows computer in the cloud so you can access your apps and services from any device, even an iPhone or Android device. […]