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Sony PlayStation Q Lite: Sony develops handheld console

Sony has dominated the handheld console market for years with the PSP and PS Vita. And it seems the Japanese are looking to get back into portable gaming hardware. A new report brings into play a handheld called the PlayStation Q Lite, which is currently still in the testing stage. The new gaming console is described as a PlayStation 5 DualSense controller with an 8-inch LCD display in the middle. There’s a catch though – the PlayStation Q Lite only works with Sony’s PlayStation Remote Play.

The Sony PlayStation Q Lite can stream PS5 games, but it only works with an internet connection. The leak also doesn’t confirm or deny whether the handheld console will support other cloud-based gaming platforms. It might resemble the Nintendo Wii U GamePad, which connects to the Wii U using a modified low-latency Wi-Fi protocol. This allows you to play games on the smaller display as long as you’re on the same network as the Wii U.

The Sony PlayStation Q Lite features adaptive triggers, speakers, volume buttons and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The display supports a resolution of 1080p at 60 fps. Sony is expected to launch the new handheld gaming console with a detachable disc drive shortly after the upcoming PS5. The new model is expected in September, while the also new PlayStation 5 Pro is said to be coming in late 2024.


Mats Hellqvist
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