Lenovo must have it all tied up very well in legal terms, or the announcement of its next Steam Deck- or Asus ROG Ally-style laptop could get us into muddy waters. The problem does not come from using proprietary software from another company or something less tangible to the general public. It is rather because of its physical appearance and even its hardware system, which is very similar to Nintendo Switch. Tangible similarities especially in the controls, as this portable PC has dockable controllers the same as the Switch Joy-Cons.
This is how they appear in the leaked images to which Windows Report has had access and which The Verge has echoed.
Aside from the controller meshing and controller layout similarities, the triggers appear to be fairly similar, and the grips appear to be a take on a Steam Deck. The Lenovo Legion Go will be a fairly beefy machine (in Valve-like terms), running using a modified version of Windows 11. All this, obviously, is pending official confirmation from Lenovo, as well as its starting price and technical characteristics.
What do you think of the Lenovo Legion Go notebook PC?