A Peculiar Handheld Device for Streaming PS5 Games Sony

A Peculiar Handheld Device for Streaming PS5 Games Sony
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During Sony's PlayStation Showcase, they unveiled their latest gadget called Project Q, which can be considered one of their most peculiar devices in recent times. This handheld device is specifically designed for playing games that are streamed from your PS5. It features an 8-inch LCD screen with the DualSense controller halves attached to its sides. With the ability to stream games from your PS5 at a resolution of up to 1080p and 60fps over Wi-Fi using Remote Play, Project Q is set to launch later this year.

Apart from this brief announcement, Sony didn't provide many details about the device. However, if you're curious, The Verge's newsroom has compiled a list of questions they have regarding Project Q, ranging from serious inquiries to more light-hearted ones. Feel free to share your own questions in the comments section.
  • Can you provide an official release date confirmation? It has been reported to be in November, but we would like an official announcement.
  • What will be the pricing for the product?
  • What is the expected battery life of the device?
  • Which processor will be used in the device? Will it have the capability to run Android?
  • Will there be a cellular option available, and will it be exclusive to AT&T?
  • Can you assure us that the product's name will not include the words "Stream" or "Deck"? Elgato already has similar names.
  • How do you plan to compete with other devices, such as a $99 gamepad for smartphones, a $200 Android handheld, a $400 Steam Deck, or simply using a DualSense controller with a laptop, considering they offer more features beyond just streaming PS5 games?
  • What was the rationale behind partnering with Backbone on two mobile controllers if you are developing a similar product?
  • Does the device utilize any special technology to enhance the performance of Remote Play? For example, does it use Wi-Fi Direct to connect directly to the PS5, bypassing the need for a router?
  • Is it possible to connect the device to the PS5 via USB-C for reduced input lag? Additionally, will the device be compatible with the upcoming PSVR 2?
  • How long do you anticipate it will take for someone to develop a Vita emulator for the device?
  • Will the device be able to play cloud games?
  • Why does the device have a design that some may consider unattractive?
  • What happened to the DualSense's touchpad? Does this mean that users will need to interact with the device's screen instead?
  • How was the decision made to settle on an 8-inch screen size when most other handheld devices have standardized on a 7-inch screen as the optimal size?
  • Can developers choose to utilize the device for second-screen features?
  • Can the device function as a Sheikah Slate or Purah Pad?
  • Can Project Q be used as a replacement for another controller for local multiplayer games?
  • What measures are in place to address stick drift? Will the device feature Hall effect joysticks?
  • Will the device include a docking station?
  • Will the device support media playback and apps like Twitch and YouTube?
  • Is this considered PlayStation's equivalent of the Wii U moment?
  • Just for fun, will the device be referred to as "Wii U"? (Wii U. Wii U. Wii U.)
  • Apart from streaming PS5 games, will the device have any other functionality?
  • Are there plans to release PlayStation-themed Amiibos? Can we expect ones for Astro's Playroom, please?
  • What does "Q" signify in the product's name?
  • Does the device include a headphone jack?

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