The Lenovo Legion Go Pre-Orders May Go Live Soon!

Lenovo’s Legion Go, the Nintendo Switch-like handheld gaming PC, went from being a mystery to being listed on Best Buy in a matter of weeks. Thanks to the tech retailer, we now know the pricing and options.

As with the Asus ROG Ally, the Legion Go can be pre-ordered (soon) from Best Buy. Like the Steam Deck, the Lenovo Legion Go is available in multiple storage configurations. Right now, there are two to choose from: 512 GB SSD and 1 TB SSD.

The price point is higher than the Steam Deck, $699.99 and $749.99. Hopefully, you’ve been saving up those Best Buy rewards gift certificates.

Check out the specs for the two models below.


With the Lenovo Legion Go, mobile gaming reaches extraordinary heights. Our exceptional 8.8″ 2560×1600 Lenovo PureSight Gaming display engulfs you in immersive visuals. You can dynamically tailor visual precision from 1600p to 800p, or adjust the refresh rate between a speedy 144Hz and an energy-saving 60Hz. All this comes to life on a responsive 10-point touchscreen.


Immerse yourself in the unrivaled power and performance of Lenovo Legion Go. Powered by the all-new AMD Ryzen™ Z1 Extreme, enjoy industry-leading gaming experiences, incredible battery life, and immersive experiences. The AMD Ryzen™ Z1 Extreme brings to life breakthrough visuals so that you can bring your game, anywhere.


Experience smooth gameplay with Legion Go’s advanced thermal design ensuring efficient cooling and generous airflow. Ultra-thin heatsink fins expertly dissipate heat for optimal performance. Remain immersed in your gaming world as our system stays cool and quiet, achieving the perfect balance between power and heat.


Seamlessly game on Legion Go with 16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X RAM and PCIe Gen4 storage ensuring smooth multitasking and ample space for games, media, and files. Easily expand with the micro-SD card slot, accommodating even more of your favorite games. Enjoy uninterrupted play with ample and expandable storage, eliminating the need to delete old games for new ones.


Game longer with Legion Go’s 49.2Whr battery, offering extended play without frequent recharges. Swiftly refuel with Super Rapid Charge Express and keep gaming with Power Bypass Mode when plugged in. Eliminate heat concerns with thermal throttling, and enjoy our Battery Optimization Support for extended sessions.

Is it worth picking up if you already have an Ally or Steam Deck? Maybe not. However, if you’ve been waiting to jump into the handheld PC market, it’s possibly the best of the three right now; check out this review from Tom’s Guide for more info.
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