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Filtered images of the Lenovo Legion Go, the Steam Deck competitor

Filtradas imágenes del Lenovo Legion Go, el competidor de Steam Deck

Lenovo joins the competition against the Steam Deck with its new Legion Go device. According to reports from Windows Central and Windows Report, Lenovo is working on a portable gaming PC that runs Windows. The first images of the device have been published and they show similarities with both the Steam Deck and the Asus ROG Ally, but it also shares characteristics with the Nintendo Switch.

Lenovo’s Legion Go features an eight-inch screen and you can see two controllers similar to the Switch’s Joy-Con that can be removed. Also, it seems to have a wide stand similar to the Switch OLED that can be unfolded for tabletop play.


The Legion Go’s controllers appear to be a combination of the Switch’s flat, removable Joy-Con and the Steam Deck’s contoured but fixed grips. There appears to be a trackpad on the right controller, though unlike the Steam Deck, there’s only one instead of two. Also, the right driver apparently has a wheel at the rear. Since the drivers are removable, Windows Report speculates that the screen will also be touch screen.

One of the standout features of the Legion Go is its thickness. Unlike the Asus ROG Ally, Lenovo hasn’t shy away from making the device chunky. This could mean longer battery life, as the Legion Go is expected to feature more powerful batteries.

According to Windows Report, the Legion Go will run Windows 11, which means you’ll be able to play any Windows game that meets the device’s specifications.