The foreign technology media Windows Report recently released a report, sharing the rendering of the Lenovo Legion Go handheld; in the follow-up report released today, more renderings and specifications about the handheld were shared information.
Here is a brief summary of the key points of the Lenovo Legion Go handheld:
The Legion Go is Lenovo's latest gaming handheld, running Windows 11.
Lenovo is expected to announce the gaming handheld at IFA 2023, and the media also expects to launch a large number of gaming devices simultaneously.
After Legion Go was launched, it benchmarked against rival products such as Steam Deck, Rog Ally and AYANEO.
The gaming console is equipped with excellent hardware performance.
The game console will be sold with AR glasses.
With 8″ screen
The report claims that the Legion Go gaming console is similar to Steam Deck and Rog Ally, with an 8-inch screen and a 16:9 or 16:10 aspect ratio.
Judging from the renderings, the frame of the Legion Go game console is narrower than other rival handhelds, which should provide a more immersive gaming experience.
There is also news that the screen supports touch, but it cannot be confirmed at this time.
The handle is ergonomic
Joy-cons adopts a classic button layout. In addition to the conventional D-Pad and ABXY buttons, it is speculated from the rendering that it is also equipped with a Hall Effect joystick.
Each joy-con has a release button on the back, in addition to LT/LB and RT/RB buttons.
In addition, there are some air intake and heat dissipation vents on the back of the device, and the exhaust vents are located on the top side. It is estimated that the game will not be seriously heated for a long time.
According to reports, the Legion Go game console runs on the Win11 system and can run AAA-level PC games.
There is no relevant data at present, but the news says that this handheld is equipped with AMD’s Ryzen Z1 processor, with a high-performance cooling system and a Thunderbolt port, equipped with a MicroSD card reader and a 3.5mm headphone port.
There is currently no accurate endurance data, but judging from the thickness, the estimated capacity is not low.
The media estimates that Lenovo’s gaming handheld will be priced at US$600-900 and will be announced at the IFA 2023 exhibition.