Following its previous report with leaked pictures of the device, Windows Report has now shared in-depth specs and release date for the Lenovo Legion GO Steam Deck/Nintendo Switch-inspired PC portable.
Thanks to a dripped Lenovo file received from a confidential source, Windows Report found out that the Lenovo Legion Go would debut on September 1st at the annual IFA, the biggest customer electronic devices and trade device program, which will happen at the Messe Berlin between September 1 and 5.
The Lenovo Legion Go is anticipated to launch in stores starting in October for $799, which is absolutely in the high-end variety for portable PCs. However, its requirements might require it: the leakage says consumers will be dealt with to a huge 8.8-inch 1600p (2560×1600) screen with approximately 144Hz revitalize rate.
That is without a doubt the biggest screen of any rival, save for the GPD Win Max 2 which, nevertheless, fills a various niche because it comes with a built-in keyboard. The GPD Win Max 2 also sports the old Ryzen 7 6800U chipset, whereas the Lenovo Legion Go is verified (following last week’s leakage) to be sporting the most recent AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme.
On the flipside, the Lenovo Legion Go will be the heaviest of these gadgets (once again, other than for the GPD Win Max 2), weighing 854 grams when its controllers are attached. The ASUS ROG Ally weighs just 608 grams. Its battery of 49.2 WHr might also be a bit of a thorn in the gadget’s side, particularly when dipping into high refresh rates, although the Super Rapid Charge feature is supported for quicker charging.
|Lenovo Legion Go|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||Base Module: (mm): 210mm x 131mm x 20mm (inches): 8.27 ″ x 5.15 ″ x 0.79″ Base Module w/ Controllers Attached: (mm): 299mm x 131mm x 41mm (inches): 11.8″ x 5.15″ x 1.61″|
|Weight||Controllers Detached: 640g (1.41 pounds) Controllers Attached: 854g (1.88 lbs)|
|Show||8.8″ QHD+ (2560 x 1600) IPS; 16:10 10-point Touch (144Hz/ 97% DCI-P3/ 500nits/ 83%AAR|
|Processor||As Much As AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics|
|Memory||16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X on board|
|Storage||256GB/ 512GB/ 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M. 2 2242|
|Operating System||Windows 11 Home|
|Battery||2-cell 49.2 WHr Super Rapid Charge Controller battery capability: 900mah|
|Power Adapter||USB Type-C, 65W a/c adapter Output: 20V DC, 3.25 A, 65W Input: 100 ~ 240V AIR CONDITIONER 50/60 universal|
|Ports||Leading 3.5 mm audio combination jack1 x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)1 x microSD card reader Bottom1x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)|
|Control and Input||Gamepad Controls Legion L/RABXY buttons D-padL & R hall effect joysticks L & R bumpers L & R analog triggersLegion L & R buttons View button (L)Menu button (L)Trackpad (R)6 x assignable grip buttons1 x mouse wheel (R)1x mouse sensing unit (R)2 x controllers release buttons Haptics: HD haptics Gyro: 6-Axis IMU|
|Audio||2 x 2W Speakers Dual-array near-field microphone|
|Connection||2 x 2 Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax) Starting from Bluetooth 5.2|
|Software application||Legion Space Xbox Game Pass Ultimate– Complimentary 3-month subscription|
instead of just with the Lenovo Legion Go. Lastly, Lenovo plans to release the wired E510 7.1 RGB Gaming In-Ear Headphones. Powered by 10mm armature chauffeurs, they’ll likewise introduce in October for a recommended pricing of$49.99. Are you delighted about these new Lenovo items? Let us understand listed below.