Specifications for the rumoured handheld gaming PC by Lenovo, reportedly dubbed the Legion Go, appear to have been leaked. According to Windows Central, the Legion Go is slated to run on the AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, and might be proven off to the general public on September 1 throughout IFA.
According to a press launch for the Lenovo Legion Go acquired by Windows Central, the hand-held gaming PC will function a high-resolution 2560 x 1600 show that measures in at 8.8 inches, and helps a refresh fee of as much as 144Hz. Much just like the Asus ROG Ally, the Lenovo Legion Go can even run on Windows 11, presumably with Lenovo’s personal software program on prime to make navigating the OS and not using a mouse or keyboard doable.
Here are the whole specs:
- Display: 8.8-inch QHD+ IPS; 16:10 side ratio with 10-point contact and 144Hz refresh fee
- Touchpad: Multi-finger
- Processor: Up to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics
- Memory: 16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X
- Storage: 256GB / 512GB / 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2242 SSD
- Operating system: Windows 11 Home
The Lenovo Legion Go additionally appears to function separate batteries for its controllers, which signifies that there is perhaps a solution to function the Legion Go as a pill with out the controllers. The controller encompasses a battery capability of 900mah.
While Lenovo is probably going aiming to dethrone the Steam Deck as the hand-held gaming PC of alternative for a lot of gamers, its use of Windows 11 may hamper these ambitions fairly a bit, because the working system lacks options that may be necessary for handheld gaming, like the power to correctly droop applications.