Lenovo Legion Go

Lenovo Legion Go Lite Reportedly in The Works

Lenovo is reportedly working on a new “Lite” version of its Legion Go handheld gaming device. The new unit is being developed as a new version and will come with some slimmed-down and refined features.

According to Windows Central, the Lenovo Legion Go Lite will pack the same Z1 chipset and performance options as the mainstream model. However, other changes are unknown. Sources claim that Lenovo is gearing up to take on the ROG Ally with this new Legion Go Lite model.

The term “Lite” could hint at a few things. It might be a cheaper model and seen as the “lite” version. Similar to how Nintendo Switch Lite is the portable-only, smaller version of the Switch. This means the new handheld might slim down some of the design to make it smaller and lighter.

The current Lenovo Legion Go is also quite expensive and starts at $699. It is only available with an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor. The new Lite model might ditch the Z1 Extreme and include a standard Z1 to cut down its costs.

We don’t know when we’re going to see this Lenovo Legion Go Lite in the flesh. Computex kicks off next week and the expo is likely going to play host to a number of announcements. We already know the ASUS ROG Ally X is set to be unveiled. Information regarding the spruced-up handheld leaked last week.

Lenovo will likely share more details on the Lite device during the expo. We will keep you updated on the news.

The Lenovo Legion Go is available in South Africa. The device launched with absolutely no launch coverage or information sometime in late 2023.

Source: Windows Central

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