Lenovo Legion Go looks beefier than Steam Deck in leaked images

The handheld gaming market is getting more attention than ever. What started with Valve’s Steam Deck was nothing short of a revolution, which continued with ASUS’s ROG Ally. Now, it looks like Lenovo has the helm with the Lenovo Legion Go.  However, this isn’t the first time Lenovo dabbled in the handheld gaming territory. The company was rumored to launch an Android-based device called Legion Play, which was ultimately a no-show.  So, a month earlier, when we reported the Legion Go rumor, we wondered how this new handheld would stack up against major players like Steam Deck or ROG Ally. Fortunately, we now have leaked images of the device, which look very good!  Lenovo Legion Go really exists! Source: Lenovo via Windows Report The initial report about the Lenovo Legion Go didn’t reveal anything except the name. So, we were skeptical. Thankfully, Windows Report lifted the veil of mystery from the Lenovo Legion Go with a new leak, where the outlet shared detailed images of the handheld device from multiple angles.  According to the images, Lenovo’s take on PC handheld looks quite similar to the Steam Deck or ROG Ally but also takes cues from the Nintendo Switch.  Lenovo Legion Go looks excellent with Joy-Con-like controllers Windows Report has revealed that the Legion Go sports an 8-inch display, which is considerably larger than the 7-inch displays of the Deck or Ally. The device also features Joy-Con-like slide-out controllers and has the same kickstand as the Switch. Source: Lenovo via Windows…Lenovo Legion Go looks beefier than Steam Deck in leaked images

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