Lenovo Launches Legion Go in Homeland
Lenovo continues to redefine the gaming landscape with its latest release in the LEGION GO handheld homeland version (China), captivating gamers with an amalgamation of innovation, power, and portability. Priced at 4999 yuan for the 16GB + 512GB configuration, the LEGION GO offers a Switch-like detachable design, setting a new benchmark for handheld gaming consoles.
The device boasts sliding detachable grips that seamlessly combine, an RGB backlit Hall effect joystick, and a Hall trigger. Gamers can enjoy an integrated trackpad, large directional buttons, a tilt mouse wheel, and an impressive array of 10 mappable shoulder buttons, triggers, and grip buttons—promising exceptional control and versatility.
At the forefront of the LEGION GO lies an 8.8-inch 2.5K 144Hz gaming touchscreen, showcasing a 16:10 ratio with up to 500nit brightness and an impressive 97% DCI-P3 color gamut. Additionally, the screen supports 10-point touch functionality, elevating the gaming experience to new heights.
Under the hood, the LEGION GO is powered by the formidable AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme (R7 7840U) processor, aligning its capabilities with top-tier performance in the handheld gaming sphere. Accompanied by 16GB of LPDDR5X-7500 RAM, this handheld gaming marvel ensures a seamless gaming experience.
The device houses a 49.2Wh battery, ensuring prolonged gaming sessions, and supports storage expansion with up to 1TB PCIe Gen4 SSD, alongside the flexibility for up to 2TB micro-SD card expansion—enabling gamers to store their vast library of titles with ease.