The Lenovo Legion Go is an intriguing piece of gaming hardware. It is a gaming console, a Windows 11 tablet with gaming controllers, and a PC gaming handheld, all rolled into one. At $699, it is quite a hefty investment, but it comes stocked with an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme chip, 16GB of RAM, and some unique features tailored for gaming. However, Lenovo still has some work to do with software patching and bugs. That being said, if you have the budget for it and don’t mind the quirks, the Legion Go can be a very fun device to tinker with. Its full-on Windows experience allows you to bypass the custom Legion Space interface and use it as a miniature laptop replacement. However, it should be noted that this Windows experience doesn’t work flawlessly and comes with some drawbacks. If you’re looking for a more stable and straightforward gaming console experience, alternatives like the Asus ROG Ally and Steam Deck OLED might be more suitable for you. They may not offer the same all-in-one experience, but they are more polished and offer simpler software approaches. Ultimately, the Legion Go may not be for everyone, but if you enjoy tinkering with technology and can tolerate its quirks, it can provide a unique and enjoyable gaming experience.
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