The Highly Anticipated Lenovo Legion Go is Now in the Philippines!

Of course they will. ASUS did it, and Lenovo ain’t leaving themselves in the dust.

In case you missed it, the Lenovo Legion Go was released in the United States as one of the main competitors of the ASUS ROG Ally, a portable Windows-based console. However, unlike the Ally, the Legion has a set of differences that makes it an enticing purchase. Most notably, the removable controls and larger display. This makes it function like a Windows tablet!

Speaking of the display, the Lenovo Legion Go has a massive 8.8″ screen with a 10-point touch interface and 144Hz refresh rate. This simply means that you can have 10 fingers on the screen and it would still respond to them simultaneously. This is a QHD+ screen with 2560x1600px resolution. In contrast, the Steam Deck has a WQXGA resolution while the ROG Ally has a FullHD+ resolution.

Like the ROG Ally, it uses the AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme chipset. A type of chip specifically designed for this type of console (Intel is yet to release their own version). This chipset is equipped with an integrated RDNA3 graphics card and the console has 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD storage.

The controls are removable as mentioned earlier. The D-Pad is located at the left side while the XBAY buttons are at the right. There are two joysticks as well for each side. The start and menu buttons are located at the left control pad.

The console has laptop-level battery with a standard 65W fast charging and a 49.2Whr dual-cell battery and bypass charging so as not to kill the battery easily. It supports Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6/6e connectivity.

There are a set of ports available on this tablet and it’s more than your usual laptop. The tablet charges via a USB-4 port that also supports DisplayPort 1.4. In addition, there’s also a MicroSD Card Slot (up to 2TB), a 3.5mm jack, and a second USB-4 port at the bottom for connecting accessories and other USB plugs.

There is a stereo speaker system each having 2W frequency. It also has a dual-array microphone with noise cancellation, and finally, a kickstand so you could easily put it on a table. The Lenovo Legion Go is available in Shadow Black and is priced at PHP 49,995 and comes with a FREE tempered glass, Legion H200 wired headset, and carry-case during its pre-order period.


  • 8.8″ QHD+ (2560x1600px) IPS LCD, 144Hz refresh rate
    • Corning Gorilla Glass 5
    • Pre-order Period: FREE Tempered Glass
  • AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme
    • AMD RDNA3 Integrated GPU
    • 16GB LPDDR5X RAM
    • 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD Storage
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB-4 with DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x 3.5mm jack
    • 1x MicroSD Card Slot (up to 2TB)
    • 2x Removable Controllers
  • Windows 11
  • 49Whr, 65W Fast Charging
  • Wi-Fi 6/6e, Bluetooth 5.1, 10-point touch interface
  • Shadow Black
  • PRICE:
    • 16/512: PHP 49,995

The pre-ordered consoles are expected to arrive before December this year. Lenovo also confirmed of a 256GB and 1TB variant which are yet to be priced.

Source: GizGuidePH