Lenovo’s answer to the Steam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally is now available for pre-order
The Lenovo Legion Go is finally available and officially retails in Singapore.
Before we go into its pre-order details, here’s a quick introduction to the handheld gaming device.
As revealed at IFA 2023, the Lenovo Legion Go runs Windows 11, and uses an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor to power itself. Other hardware perks include a 16GB RAM (7,500Mhz, LPDDR5X), 512GB built-in storage (PCIe Gen4 SSD), and a storage expansion slot (MicroSD, up to 2TB).
It packs an 8.8-inch IPS panel that Lenovo calls PureSight Gaming Display. It’s rated at 2,560 x 1,600 pixels resolution with 144Hz refresh rate. Features include a 10-point touchscreen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, 500-nits brightness, 97% DCI-P3 colour gamut, and a choice between 60Hz or 144Hz gaming for visual performance or power savings.
The device also feature detachable controllers with anti-slip textures, mappable controls, and an integrated trackpad. Like the Nintendo Switch, you can prop the device up on a table with its built-in stand and wirelessly operate the dual Legion TrueStrike controllers — one in each hand.
Lenovo Legion Go’s Windows 11 operating system makes it compatible with content from Xbox Game Pass, Gamesplanet (Lenovo’s proprietary online store for videogames), or even Android-emulated games.
It runs on a 49.2Whr battery, but can also be docked for Power Bypass mode. Ports include dual USB-C with support for DisplayPort 1.4. It also has Wi-Fi 6E compatibility and Bluetooth 5.2.
Pre-order the Lenovo Legion Go in Singapore
The Lenovo Legion Go officially retails at S$1,149, with pre-orders starting today (16 October 2023). You can pre-order it here.
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