Lenovo Legion Go and Legion AR Glasses Coming in October for $799 and $499: Report

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Lenovo’s new Legion Go and Legion Glasses will be available for purchase this October for €799/$799 and €499/$499, according to press documents that Windows Report has obtained from an anonymous tipster. The Legion Go, a new gaming handheld that features an 8.8-inch QHD+ (2560 x 1600) screen and up to an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, will reportedly be unveiled on September 1, and while it’s unclear whether the Legion Glasses will also be revealed on that same date, they will be joined by a third piece of hardware in the form of the Legion E510 7.1 RGB gaming in-ear headphones. These headphones are also said to be available this October, for €49.99.

…we know the Legion Go will have 16 GB of 7500Mhz LPDDR5X RAM and 256 GB/512 GB/ 1TB of storage.

This is the first clue that Lenovo aims to surpass the Steam Deck and ROG Ally, as the RAM is significantly faster than both of those 2 consoles, and the top storage capacity is doubled. But that’s also the first hint at a more substantial price, bumped up by the bigger (and completely overkill) screen 8.8″ QHD+ screen.

Let’s not forget about the AR Glasses…Micro OLED with Full HD per eye. 60Hz refresh rate and high-fidelity built-in speakers complete the package. But the catch is that you can hook them to any other device, not only with Legion Go. It has a full-function USB-C compatible with any Windows, Android, or macOS device.

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