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Razer Edge is an Android Optimised Cloud Gaming Handheld

Razer Android handheld Powered by Qualcomm’s G3x chipset.

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Finally, Razer has unveiled the Edge, a portable Android gaming device. The good news is that it appears to have vastly improved since our last look at it in December of 2021. The amount of material to cover in this instance is substantial. Early in 2023, Verizon will sell a 5G-capable variant of the Edge for $399.99, after the January 2023 introduction of a Wi-Fi-only model for the same price.

There will be a $399.99 Wi-Fi-only version available in January, followed by a $550 5G Verizon variant with Ultra Wide Band capability in the first few months of 2023.

Price of Razer edge gaming handled

It will function with the sub-6GHz and ultra-wideband networks that the service provider offers. The Razer Edge may be reserved for $5, similar to Steam’s Deck reservation system.

It’s designed to work superbly with services like Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. While using the Steam Link programme to stream locally stored PC games, Razer claims the Edge can handle up to 144 frames per second.

The Edge, like Logitech’s G Cloud Gaming Handheld, is powered by Android 12 and Qualcomm’s G3X Gen 1 chipset, but unlike the prototype device shown off a few months ago, it is a detachable 6.8-inch tablet from its controller. Note that this is a Kishi V2 Pro controller, a more advanced model with haptic feedback and a 3.5mm audio jack. For the time being, you can only get the gamepad in a bundle with the Edge; you won’t be able to buy it independently.

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