Exclusive images of the ‘Lenovo Legion Go’ Windows-based Steam Deck competitor have leaked

What you need to know

  • Recently, we exclusively revealed that Lenovo is working on a new handheld to compete with the Steam Deck, Nintendo Switch, and ASUS ROG Ally. 
  • This Windows-based device looks to be the successor from the Lenovo Legion Play, which never released globally. 
  • Dubbed the Lenovo Legion Go, another outlet recently revealed press images of the device, ahead of its likely fairly imminent reveal. 
  • It looks like a hybrid of Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck, and ROG Ally, and we’re here for it. 
  • Read on for details, and drop a comment! 

Last week, we exclusively revealed the Lenovo Legion Go, although we didn’t have a great idea of how the device looked. Our sources indicated to us that it would be Windows-based, giving it the full breadth of the ecosystem, including Steam, PC Game Pass, Battle.net, and beyond. Now, thanks to a new report, we have a better idea of how this thing looks. 

The Lenovo Legion Go is a black handheld that is strongly reminiscent of recent devices like the Steam Deck, or ASUS ROG Ally. It looks notably thicker than the ASUS ROG Ally, however, with edges that are large enough to house side buttons in addition to reverse triggers. The reverse of the device is ergonomically cut, with a large ventilation grill for heat dispensation, complete with a much-needed kickstand that you can only get on an ASUS ROG Ally or Steam Deck using addons and mods. Our previous information suggested that this device would have an 8-inch screen, rather than the 7-inch displays currently found in the ROG Ally and Steam Deck, giving it another unique selling point for games that are typically designed for larger displays. 

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