To give gamers greater flexibility to the game, however—and wherever—they choose, Lenovo is releasing the Lenovo Legion Go, the company’s first Windows gaming portable device, on September 1, 2023. For gamers who want the best hardware and aesthetics from their portable device, Lenovo created the Legion Go.
The introduction of the Lenovo Legion Go is a notable expansion of the Lenovo Legion ecosystem of gaming devices, monitors, accessories, software, and services that empower gamers to immerse themselves in their games, along with the micro-OLED-equipped new Lenovo Legion Glasses and new Lenovo Legion E510 7.1 RGB Gaming In-Ear Headphones.
- The new Lenovo Legion Go, powered by AMD RyzenTM Z1 Series CPUs that bring games to life on its 8.8-inch Lenovo PureSight Gaming Display, provides Windows PC gaming prowess to a portable mobile form factor.
- The new Lenovo Legion Glasses use micro-OLED technology to give a huge screen viewing experience that fits in the pocket for gamers who want to take their Lenovo Legion Go portable gaming experience to the next level.
- The new Lenovo Legion E510 7.1 RGB Gaming In-Ear Headphones provide high-resolution 7.1 surround sound audio together with a multifunction inline controller for a completely immersive gaming experience.
“We are really happy that because to the success and ubiquity of our laptops, tower PCs, monitors, and peripherals, Lenovo Legion has established itself as the preferred brand for gamers all around the world. According to Jun Ouyang, vice president and general manager of Lenovo’s Consumer Business Segment, Intelligent Devices Group, “as we scan the gaming landscape, we see that gamers are a versatile and varied group, and Lenovo Legion likewise endeavors to provide gamers with solutions that suit them. “With this in mind, we started designing the Lenovo Legion Go more than two years ago in order to enable gamers around the world to game their way. We are thrilled to add a gadget that enables gamers to play games on the move, the Lenovo Legion move, to our Lenovo Legion gaming ecosystem.
Lenovo Legion Go Specs
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||Base Module:|
(mm): 210mm x 131mm x 20mm
(inches): 8.27″ x 5.15″ x 0.79”Base Module w/ Controllers Attached:
(mm): 299mm x 131mm x 41mm
(inches): 11.8” x 5.15” x 1.61”
640g (1.41lbs)Controllers Attached:
|Display||8.8” QHD+ (2560 x 1600) IPS; 16:10 10-point Touch (144Hz / 97% DCI-P3 / 500nits / 83%AAR|
|Processor||Up to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics|
|Memory||16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X on board|
|Storage||256GB / 512GB / 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2242|
|Operating System||Windows 11 Home|
Super Rapid Charge
Controller battery capacity: 900mah
|Power Adopter||USB Type-C, 65W AC adapter|
Output: 20V DC, 3.25A, 65W
Input: 100~240V AC 50/60 universal
– 3.5mm audio combo jack
– 1 x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort™ 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)
– 1 x microSD card reader
– 1x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)
|Control and Input||Gamepad Controls|
L & R hall effect joysticks
L & R bumpers
L & R analog triggers
Legion L & R buttons
View button (L)
Menu button (L)
6 x assignable grip buttons
1 x mouse wheel (R)
1x mouse sensor (R)
2 x controllers release buttons
Haptics: HD haptics
Gyro: 6-Axis IMU
|Audio||2 x 2W Speakers|
Dual-array near-field microphone
|Connectivity||2 x 2 Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax)|
Starting from Bluetooth 5.2
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Lenovo Legion Go: PC Gaming on the Go
Lenovo is adding Legion Go as the newest member of its gaming ecosystem of PCs, accessories, software, and services. Lenovo is renowned for bringing technological innovation that enables flexibility and freedom of choice to its gaming lovers globally. The Lenovo Legion Go runs Windows 11 and offers a potent combination of console-rivaling graphics performance that brings games to life on its enormous 8.8-inch QHD+ 16:10 Lenovo PureSight gaming display, giving players more immersive screen real estate. It also features up to an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor with AMD RNDATM Graphics and smart power management technology. The display is adaptable to playstyle and circumstance, supporting resolutions from 1600p to 800p as well as 144Hz and 60Hz frame rates. It has a maximum brightness of 500nits and a 97% DCI-P3 color gamut. With its 10-point touch screen, you may easily and naturally navigate by scrolling, touching, or swiping. The Legion Go has up to 16GB of LPDDR5X (7500MHz) RAM with flexible power management that, depending on the situation, provides optimal gaming performance and quicker loading times. It also has a PCIe Gen4 SSD that can hold up to 1TB and a micro-SD card that can hold up to 2TB of additional storage.
The Lenovo Legion Go offers enough of power, which is needed to operate all this gaming power. The 49.2Wh battery allows for extended game sessions before requiring recharging. Additionally, the Lenovo Legion Go supports Super Rapid Charge2, which enables a battery recharge of up to 70% in just 30 minutes. A power bypass option on The Lenovo Legion Go prevents the battery from additional deterioration while also removing heat generated when charging when gaming while connected in. Naturally, Lenovo Legion’s Coldfront thermal technology is present in the Lenovo Legion Go, which has a 79-blade liquid crystal polymer fan that keeps the device cool at less than 25dB of fan noise in Quiet Mode when silence is crucial, while still enabling the device to reach a full 25W of TGP in Custom Mode when every last bit of power is needed to win and prevents thermal throttling during prolonged gaming sessions.
Hall effect joysticks in the Lenovo Legion Go’s controllers provide no joystick drift and low dead zones, maximizing responsiveness and accuracy during taxing gaming sessions. An integrated trackpad, a big D-pad, an angled mouse wheel, and a total of 10 mappable grip, trigger, and shoulder buttons are additional inputs. The power button, which has the recognizable Lenovo Legion ‘O’, has RGB lighting that changes colors to signify the user-selectable fan setting. Customizable RGB rings surrounding the joysticks offer an additional layer of style and serve as a notification system for controller pairing. Even better, the Legion TrueStrike controllers on the Lenovo Legion Go are detachable, allowing for greater playstyle versatility and opening up FPS mode for spur-of-the-moment FPS gaming sessions. In FPS mode, the Lenovo Legion Go may be set up on a surface with the kickstand at the rear and the controllers detached from the body. The optical eye at the bottom of the controller, similar to using a mouse, enables more precise aiming and control required during competitive first-person shooter games. The right detachable controller is inserted into a supplied controller base that connects by a magnet.
Due to plug-and-play capabilities supporting DisplayPort 1.4 and Power Delivery 3.0, the Lenovo Legion Go has two USB Type-C® ports for easy communication. Users may dock and charge the tablet while concurrently attaching peripherals. Bluetooth® 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6E3 are both supported for connectivity.