Razer Edge 5G will also have its own portable console

Brian Adam

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In the end, few rumors come to nothing. Finally, Razer has announced that the Razer Edge 5G will be your portable console (or portable PC… as you prefer) and that together with Qualcomm and Verizon will be the first console to incorporate 5G and allow us to play both in the cloud, via app or striming from our console.

The good reception of Steam Deck It is not being overlooked and there are already many marches that have seen how the possibility of playing “almost” whatever we want wherever we want is a clear shock. Razer It continues to expand its huge product catalog and for October 15, during RazerCon, it is preparing a launch for its new machine.

Many details are missing, but what little we know is that the chip it will incorporate will be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 with integrated graphics and that allows 10-bit HDR screens and frequencies of up to 144 Hz.


In addition, according to information from previous prototypes, we would be talking about a 6.65-inch OLED screen (note that it is one of Steam Deck’s weak points) with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. As for the button panel, we will surely be talking about something similar to the solutions that Razer has released for mobile devices, so we expect quality and efficiency.

If you are interested, pay attention to October 15.