Lenovo is entering the burgeoning handheld gaming PC market later this month. The Lenovo Legion Go, a Switch-like handheld with detachable controllers, launches on October 31. Preorders for the Legion Go are live now at multiple retailers, including Best Buy and Antonline. The Legion Go uses the same AMD chipset found in the Asus ROG Ally, but it boasts a larger screen and some cool new features.
The Steam Deck continues to rule the world of handheld PCs, but Legion Go poses a real threat (at least from a technical standpoint) to its throne. Powerful hardware, a striking design, and a reasonable price point makes the Legion Go an intriguing option for those who want a Windows gaming handheld.