Primarily based on the photographs, Lenovo’s tackle a PC gaming handheld seems quite a bit like gadgets resembling the Steam Deck and Asus ROG Ally, however it additionally has quite a bit in widespread with the Nintendo Swap. In accordance with Home windows Report, the Legion Go has an eight-inch display screen, pictures present two Pleasure-Con-like controllers that may be eliminated, and it even seems to have a large Swap OLED-like kickstand that you could come out for tabletop gaming.
The Legion Go’s controllers look like a mix of the Swap’s flat however detachable Pleasure-Cons and the Steam Deck’s contoured however hooked up grips. There seems to be one contact pad on the correct controller — by comparability, the Steam Deck has contact pads on each side — however the again of that proper controller additionally apparently has a wheel. And because the controllers could be eliminated, Home windows Report speculates that the display screen is a touchscreen.
Maybe crucial takeaway from these obvious pictures of the machine (there are extra, and you may see them all at Windows Report) is that Lenovo isn’t shying away from making the Legion Go thick. Asus steered away from thickness and heft with the ROG Ally, which wound up with middling battery life, however we’re starting to see portables like the upcoming Ayaneo Kun pointed in direction of beefier batteries.
Home windows Report says Legion Go will run Home windows 11, that means it is best to be capable of play any Home windows video games that assist the machine’s specs. Home windows Central beforehand reported it could use AMD Phoenix processors, that are also found in the ROG Ally and different current and upcoming Home windows handhelds.
Lenovo didn’t instantly have a remark.