After the numerous leaks Lenovor has officially announced its first portable console or, as the brand itself defines, “the company’s first portable Windows gaming device” christened with the name Lenovo Legion Go.
We will address this in the next few lines tell you all the official characteristics, The price and release date of this console, according to Lenovo itself, has arrived to meet the needs of all types of gamers. “With that in mind, two years ago we started development of the Lenovo Legion Go to give gamers around the world the opportunity to play their way. We can’t wait to expand the Lenovo Legion gaming ecosystem with the launch of the Lenovo Legion Go Legion Go, a device that literally empowers gamers to play on the go,” said Jun Ouyang, Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Business Segment, Smart Devices Group, Lenovo.
Price, release date and features of the Lenovo Legion Go
Let’s start with two of the most important details of Lenovo Legion Go, the Lenovo console that is set to go on sale on Tuesday 31 October at a price from 799 For Spain including VAT.
Regarding the technical characteristics, it is confirmed What we already told you in the leak a few days ago is the Lenovo Legion uses an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme APUthe same as the ROG Ally, with a Zen 4 architecture processor and 8 cores and RDNA 3 graphics with 12 computing units.
The Lenovo console includes 16GB 7500MHz LPDDR5X memory next to a warehouse 256GB, 512GB or 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD Depending on which model we want to choose from this console, the battery is 49.2 Wh with fast charging via USB Type C.
Looking at the screen we find a 8.8-inch 10-point touch panel with a 16:10 format, a QHD+ resolution of 2560×1600 pixelswith a refresh rate of up to 144Hza maximum brightness of 500 nits and a coverage of 97% of the DCI-P3 color space.
On the other hand, another of the most interesting and striking features of Lenovo Legion Go relies on detachable controls in the purest Nintendo Switch style that also make an impact room on joysticks to minimize dead zones and improve joystick response.
At the level of software it’s a console based on Windows 11, which also features Lenovo’s own program called Legion Space which was developed for Legion Go, with the aim of allowing players to quickly access all their installed games, regardless of which store they purchased them from, in addition to the fact that it comes with the console 3 free months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Thanks to a collaboration between Lenovo and Microsoft.