A new challenger appears poised to enter the handheld gaming PC market. As reported by Windows Central and others, Lenovo is looking to take on the likes of the Steam Deck, Logitech G Cloud, and ASUS ROG Ally sometime in the near future with a handheld gaming PC offering of its own.
The Lenovo Legion Go is apparently a descendant of the Lenovo Legion Play (shown above), which was never commercially released to the general public. Details are scarce for now; we don’t know what the Legion Go will look like, when it will release or what the MSRP will be.
What we do know is that the Legion Go will run Windows 11, and will reportedly run an AMD Phoenix processor. It’s being speculated that the Lenovo Legion Go could come with an 8″ screen compared to the 7″ displays of the ROG Ally and Steam Deck, though this should be taken with a grain of salt at this early point.
Stay tuned for more on the Lenovo Legion Go if and when it becomes available.
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