Recently, Lenovo unveiled the Lenovo Legion Go, a compact mobile gaming device.
The market has seen its fair share of handheld gaming consoles that can run triple A games. For example, GPD has released a fair number of products over the years, and there was also the Steam Deck by Valve. Lenovo seems to be following this trend as well.
The Lenovo Legion Go features AMD Ryzen Z1 processors, which are mainly focused on handheld gaming devices, a 2560x1600 display, an 8.8'' display as well as built-in joysticks on the sides. For storage, the Lenovo Legion Go is using 16 Gigabytes of LPDDR5X memory, and PCIe gen 4 solid state drives.
The Legion Go has yet to be officially released, but many sources indicate the pricing should hover around the 700 dollar range.