Lenovo Legion Go Hands-on Review | ROG Ally Destroyer?

The Lenovo Legion Go is a Windows handheld gaming console taking on Asus’ ROG Ally and the Steam Deck, with a UK price starting from £699. My hands-on review with the Lenovo Legion Go runs through the specs, FPS mode and main features – full unboxing coming soon!

The literally big deal with this gaming handheld is the enormous 8.8-inch IPS touchscreen, with 16:10 aspect ratio. It’s bigger, sharper and smoother than the Asus ROG Ally – the Lenovo Legion Go boasts a QHD 1600p 144Hz screen.

This portable gaming handheld console is powered by AMD’s Ryzen Z1 Extreme, backed here by 16 gigs of RAM. Lenovo’s Liquid Crystal polymer 79-blade fan keeps things cool and the Lenovo Legion Go sports a massive 49.2 Watt Hour battery. That’s bigger than 40 Watt Hour cell of the ROG Ally, although that huge display may well sap the power faster – but you also have Rapid Charge Express.

What do you think of the Lenovo Legion Go handheld gaming console? Let us know your thoughts below, full review incoming!

Lenovo Legion Go Hands-On Review Chapters:
0:00 – UK price and release date
0:28 – Design
0:56 – Screen
2:06 – Gaming performance
2:33 – Settings & features
4:10 – Controllers & FPS mode
4:56 – Legion Space
5:30 – Ports
6:07 – Byyyeeeeee

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