Lenovo Legion Go officially makes its debut at IFA 2023

In a shocking move, Valve unveiled the Steam Deck in July 2021. The Nintendo Switch had dominated the handheld gaming scene for years, but the Steam Deck‘s arrival stirred things up and ignited a frenzy. Now, we’re witnessing a rush of companies eager to launch their own gaming handhelds. Lenovo is next in line to dive into the portable gaming market. Speculation around Lenovo’s new handheld console has been creating a buzz for some time now. Thankfully, the wait ended at IFA 2023 when Lenovo pulled back the curtain on the Legion Go, a Windows-based gaming handheld. That said, the Legion Go is unique in its own right compared to Steam Deck, Switch, ROG Ally, and all the other gaming handhelds in the market.  Lenovo Legion Go: A feature-packed stylish gaming handheld At first glance, the Legion Go might look like the Steam Deck‘s bigger brother, but the truth could not be further from it. First, Legion Go features a larger 8.8-inch LCD with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution, compared to Steak Deck’s 7-inch LCD panel with a 60Hz refresh rate. Lenovo Legion Go has also taken cues from other handhelds. It features detachable controllers, similar to Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Cons. There’s even a built-in kickstand in the body to make the display stand on a table while you enjoy gaming wirelessly with the controllers. It’s a game changer, and none of the current handhelds have it.  Source: KnowTechie Legion Go’s hardware sets it apart and…Lenovo Legion Go officially makes its debut at IFA 2023

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