Laser, portable Android game device Edge

Racer will show a portable Android game device edge.

Laser Edge made its debut as a tablet PC in the 2012 Game Show E3. At that time, it received the attention of users as a device that helped us to play console games on the tablet using Intel’s CPU.

According to the US CNET, the laser announced an edge for Android through the laser cone, a new product presentation event on the 15th (local time).

The new edge is expected to release the Wi-Fi version in January next year and release the 5G version until the first quarter. The edge, like the portable game device steam deck of the valve, is receiving $5 for advance reservations.

Laser said the edge can stream cloud game streaming with Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA’s GeForce Now. The new edge supports up to 144 frames up to 144 frames through the Steam Link app when you stream it directly in a PC game.

Edge is equipped with G3X Gen 1, Qualcomm’s game-only chipset. It consists of a 6.8-inch single tablet, not an all-in-one handheld method. The controller is separate and compatible with the Fish V2 Pro, which includes haptic vibration and 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The new edge of the laser is equipped with a 6.8-inch FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080) OLED screen and supports 8 GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128 GB of storage. Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6e for headphone connection.

In addition, there is a built-in camera on the front of the device, so you can stream from Twitch while playing a game or talking with a zoom. The battery is 5,000mAh that it will last longer if it is used only for cloud game streaming.