Lenovo officially unveiled its competitor, the Steam Deck. The handheld gaming PC, nicknamed the Legion Go, comes with detachable gamepads and a kickstand. The gamepads themselves feature Hall Effect joysticks rather than standard analogue sticks that we’ll see in other systems, such as the Steam Deck or Nintendo Switch.
The Lenovo Legion Go features an 8-inch QHD+ display with a 16-inch aspect ratio. The system runs on AMD’s Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, and its graphics are powered by RDNA technology. The Legion Go runs Windows 11 and supports resolutions from 1600 to 800, and refresh rates from 144Hz to 60Hz. The system uses 16GB of LPDDR5X for RAM, and the storage is managed by a 1TB PCIe Gen4 SSD and a microSD slot with a second time of operation.
Lenovo, along with the LG-Hippo, has also unveiled the Legion Glassesa armoscope-like lenses which run with compatible devices like Windows, Android or macOS. The Legion Glasses are a wearable virtual monitor and offer a refresh rate of up to 60Hz.
And, even Lenovo announced the Legion E510 7.1, a native speaker of the RGB, which uses 7.1 surround sound.
The Lenovo Legion Go is on sale at 799 dollars and will hit the store shelves in November 2023. The Legion Glasses will launch earlier in October 2023, and are priced at 430, while the Legion E510 7.1 headphones will also hit stores in October, priced at four9.99.