id=“article-body“ class=“row“ section=“article-body“> Sarah Tew/CNET This story is part of CES 2020, our complete coverage of the showroom floor and the hottest new tech gadgets around. My favorite gaming irony of CES 2020: jokerslot Everyone’s declaring that consoles are dying — gaming belongs to the cloud now! — but some of the biggest gaming news of the show was Sony’s unveiling of the new PlayStation 5 logo with confirmation that the PS5 would ship by the end of the year. Plus, AMD used a photo of Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox Series X that turned out to be incorrect renders someone pulled from a rumor site. Oops.
In fact, the Razer Sila 5G combo router and hotspot for use with (what else?) 5G wireless seems to be the only gaming device from a high-profile company specifically aimed at cloud gamers — and it’s not leaving Singapore, at least for a while.
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It’s not a surprise or a secret that companies creating new mobile gaming hardware are trying to replicate the design of the Nintendo Switch — specifically its central screen and detachable paddlelike controllers. Xiaomi’s $600 Black Shark 2 Pro phone sorta-kinda falls into this category thanks to liquid cooling and a clip-on controller accessory.
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