Lenovo Legion Go Formally Revealed As Newest Steam Deck Competitor

The battery is a beefy one, rated at 49.2Wh. Ports and connectivity choices embody removable controllers, a pair of USB Sort-C ports (supporting USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, and Energy Supply 3.0), a microSD slot supporting playing cards as much as 2TB, a 3.5mm audio combo jack, Wi-Fi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.2. The controllers have Corridor impact joysticks, that are purportedly much less vulnerable to joystick drift from put on and tear than the standard selection. Cosmetically talking, there are additionally customizable RGB rings round them.

One characteristic that Lenovo appears significantly pleased with is “Tremendous Fast Cost,” with the press launch touting that the machine can cost to 70% in simply half-hour. Within the footnotes, it is defined that you could get to 30% in 10 minutes and 100% in 80 minutes. The machine additionally has a “energy bypass mode that protects the battery from further degradation whereas eliminating warmth usually produced whereas charging.” Talking of warmth, Lenovo claims that the Legion Go’s fan can keep underneath 25dB of noise in “Quiet Mode.”

As for the touchscreen show, it is billed as an “8.8-inch QHD+ 16:10 Lenovo PureSight gaming show.” In apply, Lenovo says that the display screen can put out as much as 500 nits brightness with a 97% DCI-P3 colour gamut whereas supporting resolutions starting from 800p to 1600p and refresh charges of 60Hz and 144Hz. By comparability, the Steam Deck and ROG Ally have seven-inch shows working at decrease resolutions and refresh charges of 1280×800/60Hz and 1920×1080/120Hz, respectively.