Lenovo May Introduce More Affordable Legion Go

The Windows mobile console wars are currently heating up. ASUS ROG Ally is seen as the favorite of many, while Lenovo Legion Go offers a more unique experience and MSI Claw A1M dares to try using an Intel chip. With the Computex event starting soon, many are looking forward to the arrival of the new ROG Ally iteration which is reportedly more powerful. Recently, Windows Central reported that Lenovo may also be present with a new Legion Go.

First Look at Lenovo Legion Go – New PC Console Challenger Arrives With Bold Ideas

Lenovo's new Windows 11 mobile console is said to be the Legion Go Lite, which suggests it may be an affordable version. No specification details have been revealed, but sources predict the Legion Go Lite may come with a smaller screen size or with a built-in controller that can no longer be removed. The chip is said to be the AMD Ryzen Z1 series with a few changes.

If the Legion Go is now sold at a price starting at RM3699, who knows the "Lite" version will be available at a price similar to ROG Ally starting at RM2599? Let's all wait to see if Lenovo will launch the Legion Go Lite at Computex or not.

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