Lenovo Legion GO

The Lenovo Legion Go Is Apparently A Larger Windows Handheld

Another one!

We’ve seen the Steam Deck, ASUS Rog Ally and a bunch of AYANEO devices including the most recent AYANEO 2S, but it seems like Lenovo is also gearing up to release its own Windows handheld.

According to Windows Central, It’s apparently called the Lenovo Legion GO and shock horror, it also runs Windows 11. It will also apparently use the new AMD Phoenix processors (just like both the ASUS ROG Ally and AYANEO 2S).


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Where things get a little different though is that the Lenovo Legion GO will apparently have an 8-inch screen (like the upcoming AYANEO Kun) which puts it at being an even bigger device than the likes of the Steam Deck and the ASUS Rog Ally.

With the ASUS ROG Ally selling out at launch in Australia, and the Steam Deck doing super well, it’s no huge surprise that hardware giant Lenovo would be getting into the portable game.

Microsoft has said that it is working on better support for these devices at an OS level as well, so it’ll be interesting to see how this continues to unfold.

In our AYANEO 2S review, we said: “The AYANEO 2S improves on an already fantastic handheld. It boosts the performance of its predecessor whilst improving a few minor issues, making it one of the best PC handheld options on the market.”