The landscape of PC handheld devices has been evolving rapidly over the past few years. The latest in this line-up appears to be Lenovo Legion Go, as hinted at by prior leaks. A recent revelation by a credible source might have just divulged not just the specs but also the potential pricing of this eagerly awaited device.
As per the coverage by WindowsReport, an inadvertent sharing of an internal document from Lenovo brought forth a myriad of details about the Legion Go. This new piece suggests that the device’s official launch is slated for Friday, September 1, and it carries a price tag of $800 USD. This promising handheld is expected to feature a substantial 8.8-inch screen, accompanied by a high-capacity battery that promises quick charging.
The images accompanying the leak depict a relatively more extensive handheld device. Interestingly, rumors suggest that it may come equipped with detachable controllers, drawing inspiration from the Nintendo Switch. This feature, if true, would mark a novel approach in the PC handheld market, allowing users to either play on-the-go or position the screen on a level surface.
Additionally, the report touches upon a new pair of AR glasses, designed to integrate seamlessly with the handheld. These glasses enable users to view gameplay without necessarily looking at the handheld screen. What’s more, these AR glasses aren’t exclusive to Legion Go; they are equipped with Bluetooth and a USB C port, making them compatible with Windows, Android, and Mac devices.
For the latest updates and more details on the Lenovo Legion Go, keep an eye on our site or visit Windows Report, especially as we approach the speculated official release on September 6.