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1 Sep, 2023
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Unveiled at IFA 2023 in Berlin along with other Legion-branded products, this portable gaming laptop feels like a compact console and aims to bridge the gap between PC gaming and the convenience of handheld devices.

Priced starting at $700, the Lenovo Legion Go features an 8.8-inch QHD+ PureSight gaming display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The display boasts a maximum brightness of 500 nits, outshining the Steam Deck. It supports customizable resolutions ranging from 1600p to 800p and offers the flexibility to switch between 144Hz and 60Hz refresh rates, ideal for optimizing battery life.

The device is powered by a 49.2Wh capacity battery and supports Super Rapid charging, capable of replenishing 70% of the battery in approximately half an hour.

Users can opt for configurations featuring an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, up to 16GB of RAM, and storage options ranging up to 1TB. In addition, an expansion slot allows for up to 2TB of storage, providing enough space to store gaming libraries.

The Legion Go's controllers are equipped with hall effect joysticks that claim to have minimal dead zones and no joystick drift. These controllers also integrate a trackpad, D-pad, angled mouse wheel, and ten mappable shoulder buttons, triggers, and grip buttons. Both controllers are detachable from the display, and the right controller can double as a mouse, enhancing gameplay in titles like first-person shooters.

The Legion Go includes two USB Type-C ports for charging and connecting accessories simultaneously. It also offers Wi-Fi 6E compatibility and Bluetooth 5.2 support.