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Lenovo may enter the handheld gaming market with the Legion Go console

Lenovo may launch its own handheld gaming device for PC, Windows Central reported on Monday.

The device, which will be called the Legion Go, will feature an 8-inch display, run Windows 11, and be powered by a Ryzen chip. According to Windows Central, citing anonymous sources, there is no timeline available yet.

According to the report, it’s also possible that the Legion Go will never hit store shelves, as a previously leaked preview of Lenovo’s handheld was never released — the 2021 “Lenovo Legion Play,” as reported by Liliputing. According to Windows Central, when Legion Go launches, it will likely have a similar design to Legion Play.

Lenovo did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Read on for our reviews of the Lenovo Legion 5i Pro gaming laptop, IdeaPad Gaming 3, and our pick of Nintendo Switch accessories.

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