Lenovo’s Legion Go is an iPad mini-sized transportable PC with removable controllers

Lenovo Legion Go with detached controllers

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Few individuals would decide up the Steam Deck or Asus ROG Ally and suppose that what they lack is measurement. However Lenovo’s entry into the sector of transportable gaming PCs is coming in with an 8.8-inch display, and a whole lot of different large concepts connected, too.

The Lenovo Legion Go’s QHD+ display—2560×1600, 16:10 ratio, 144 Hz, and 500 nits—and its base module make it greater than Apple’s present iPad Mini. Add on removable controllers, and the Legion Go is 11.Eight inches broad by 5.5 inches tall, with a 1.6-inch depth. All that’s 1.88 kilos, which is about half a pound heavier than the ROG Ally and 0.four kilos greater than the Steam Deck.

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However Lenovo appears to have anticipated your drained arms, suggesting just a few alternative ways to play the Legion Go. They begin with a Change-like detachment of the controllers and propping the Go up on a flat floor. Then, if you happen to’re enjoying a first-person shooter or different sport that requires exact actions, you should use both of the controllers as a vertical mouse, full with a mouse wheel. After which there’s the elective Lenovo Legion Glasses, which may purportedly mission a digital 86-inch show onto your imaginative and prescient, augmented reality-style.

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