Logitech G Cloud Black Friday Deal: Save $50

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If you’ve been holding off on picking up the Logitech G Cloud, this Black Friday deal makes the device a little more affordable. 

The Black Friday deal brings the Logitech G Cloud down to a more reasonable $299.99 for a save of $50. Interestingly, this price matches the G Cloud’s launch price for those who purchased through the official Logitech store. So if you missed out at first, this Logitech G Cloud Black Friday Deal remedies that. 

What Is the Logitech G Cloud?

Close up shot of the Logitech G Cloud

Think of the Logitech G Cloud first as a cloud gaming device. That’s Logitech’s main selling point: If you want to stream Xbox Game Pass, Steam Link, or GeForce NOW, there’s no better device out there.

But for those of us who like to tinker, the Logitech G Cloud is a solid emulation device capable of playing up to Dreamcast near-flawlessly.

When we reviewed the Logitech G Cloud, we found GameCube is where this device taps out, although we believe that’s down to a lack of optimization from the emulators rather than the device itself.

The other thing to consider, as the G Cloud runs on an Android operating system, it’s also capable of playing Android games. Diablo Immortal and Genshin Impact have seriously never played this well.

Of course, the G Cloud is priced in a weird zone that makes it harder to recommend. At today’s price, the G Cloud is $100 cheaper than the Steam Deck but still considerably more expensive than the cheapest AYN Odin model at $187.

That said, given how long shipping takes with the AYN Odin, purchasing a device of this caliber from a company that operates in the US is appealing. Especially if something goes wrong.

What Games Can the Logitech G Cloud Play?

The Logitech G Cloud can play games from Xbox Game Pass, anything through Steam Link, GeForce NOW, as well as Android games and emulators installed through the Google Play Store (up to Dreamcast is a good benchmark).

Logitech G Cloud Specifications

  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G
  • CPU:  Octa-core up to CPU 2.3GHz
  • Operating System: Android 11
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Storage: 64GB
  • Display: 1920 x 1080 full HD, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Battery: 6000 mAh
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.1, with Qualcomm aptXTM Adaptive support

Logitech G Cloud Price History

Screenshot our Amazon with the CamelCamelCamel app showing the price history

Whenever looking at Black Friday deals, it’s always worth checking CamelCamelCamel to view the product’s price history. 

In today’s case, it backs up what we’re saying: This Black Friday deal is the cheapest the Logitech G Cloud has been on Amazon. That means if you do decide to pick one up, you know the price hasn’t been manipulated to make it sound more appealing. 

Where Else Can You Buy the Logitech G Cloud?

At the time of writing, the Logitech G Cloud costs even more at $399 at Walmart, and isn’t stocked by Target. In short, this Amazon Black Friday deal is currently leading the pack in terms of savings. 

Alternatives to Consider

Shot of the left side of the Logitech G Cloud

If you’re after a device with a large screen to game on, the only solid alternatives (without getting into silly money) are the Steam Deck and the AYN Odin

Without dumping a mountain of tech speak onto you, the Steam Deck is a portable gaming PC that costs $399 for the cheapest offering, while the AYN Odin is an Android device built for emulation enthusiasts. The AYN Odin costs $187 for the base model, which makes it the cheapest of the larger-screen offerings. 

Basically, if you want to play up to PS3 and AAA games, go with the Steam Deck. But if you want to play only up to GameCube, then the AYN Odin will do just fine. 

Wesley Copeland
Wesley Copeland

Wesley Copeland is a gaming, tech, and toys journalist with over 10 years of experience writing online. Originally starting in video games before specializing in tech and toys, you can find his bylines at IGN, VG24/7, Kotaku, Tech Radar, Games Radar, PC Gamer, Heavy, and many more. He's also highly passionate about how tech can be used to better our day-to-day lives.