After first being launched in select markets, Lenovo finally announced that it would release the Legion Go gaming handheld in the Philippines.
The Legion Go is Lenovo’s first handheld gaming device running Windows 11, and it is powered by the AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor with AMD RDNA 3 Graphics. It also packs a large 8.8-inch QHD+ display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, and a 144Hz refresh rate.
Also inside is 16GB of LPDDR5X (7500Mhz) RAM, up to 516GB of SSD storage, and a 49.2Wh battery with Super Rapid Charge.
What sets the Legion Go apart from other gaming handheld PCs like the Steam Deck is that it features detachable controllers, giving it a similar level of flexibility as the Steam Deck. Called the TrueStrike controllers, these controllers should give players an option to play on the Legion Go while its main body is on the table for a more comfortable experience.
Plus, the Lenovo Legion Glasses were also announced, and it is and Augmented Reality device that’s compatible with the Legion Go and other Legion devices.
In the Philippines, the Legion Go is priced at PHP 49,995. Pre-orders are available now exclusively at Lenovo Experience Stores and Legion Stores. Each purchase of the handheld will come with a 2-year onsite support guarantee. It also comes with a free Legion Go Tempered Glass, a Legion H200 Wired Gaming Headset, and a Legion Go Carry Case.
Meanwhile, availability of the Legion Glasses will be announced at a later date.