A Lenovo Legion Go Lite could be in the works


Last year, Lenovo took the wraps off the Legion Go. This was the company’s answer to other handheld gaming PCs like the Steam Deck. Now according to a new report from Windows Central, it seems that the company could be working on a cheaper version. This is expected to manifest itself in the form of the Legion Go Lite.

The current Legion Go is priced at $700. This is not cheap by any means, so a “Lite” version that’s more affordable could make it more appealing. The report does not mention what kind of changes we can expect. But what they do expect is that it will still use the same Z1 range of CPUs from AMD.

However, the term “Lite” does suggest that some compromises could be made to make it more affordable. Maybe it could use a smaller screen. It could use a less powerful CPU. Or maybe the choice of materials could be different. If you like the idea of a handheld gaming PC and don’t mind some hardware compromises to make it cheaper, then the Lenovo Legion Go Lite could be something to look out for.

Lenovo has not mentioned when this device will be launched. Given that the original Legion Go was announced at IFA in September 2023, maybe we’ll have to wait until IFA 2024 for the official announcement.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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