Lenovo has recently stopped its production of gaming smartphones. However, Lenovo’s exit from the gaming smartphone arena doesn’t signal a surrender in the realm of portable gaming. Lenovo is stepping into the Windows handheld gaming arena with its latest contender, the Legion Go. Without further delay, let’s get straight into Lenovo Legion Go Price in Nepal, Specifications, and availability.
Lenovo Legion Go Specs:
Here’s a comprehensive specs table based on the provided information for the Lenovo Legion Go:
|Dimensions (Base Module)||– mm: 210 x 131 x 20|
– inches: 8.27″ x 5.15″ x 0.79″
|Dimensions (Base Module w/ Controllers)||– mm: 299 x 131 x 41|
– inches: 11.8″ x 5.15″ x 1.61″
|Weight (Controllers Detached)||640g (1.41 lbs)|
|Weight (Controllers Attached)||854g (1.88 lbs)|
|Display||8.8” QHD+ (2560 x 1600) IPS; 16:10 10-point Touch|
|Display Properties||– Refresh Rate: 144Hz|
– Color Gamut: 97% DCI-P3
– Brightness: 500 nits
– Aspect Ratio: 16:10
|Processor||Up to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics|
|Memory||16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X on board|
|Storage||– 256GB / 512GB / 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2242|
|Operating System||Windows 11 Home|
|Battery||– Base Module: 2-cell 49.2WHr|
– Controller: 900mAh
|Rapid Charge||Super Rapid Charge (2)|
|Power Adapter||USB Type-C, 65W AC adapter|
|Ports (Top)||– 3.5mm audio combo jack|
– 1 x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort™ 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)
– 1 x microSD card reader
|Ports (Bottom)||– 1 x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)|
|Control and Input||– Gamepad Controls|
– Legion L/R, ABXY buttons, D-pad, L & R hall effect joysticks, L & R bumpers, L & R analog triggers, Legion L & R buttons, View button (L), Menu button (L), Trackpad (R), 6 x assignable grip buttons, 1 x mouse wheel (R), 1 x mouse sensor (R), 2 x controllers release buttons, Haptics: HD haptics, Gyro: 6-Axis IMU
|Audio||– 2 x 2W Speakers|
– Dual-array near-field microphone
|Connectivity||– Wi-Fi: 2 x 2 Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax)|
– Bluetooth: Starting from Bluetooth 5.2
|Software||– Legion Space|
– Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – Complimentary 3-month membership
|Lenovo Legion Glasses||– Display: Micro OLED|
– Resolution: 1920 x 1080 per eye
– Audio: High-fidelity built-in speakers
– Compatibility: Requires full-functionality USB-C with DP Alt mode
– Cable Length: 1.2m (3.93ft)
|Lenovo Legion Glasses In-Box Accessories||– 2 x Adjustable Nose Pads|
– Carrying Case
– Prescription Lens Frame
– Anti-slip Adapter
– Cleaning Cloth
|Lenovo Legion E510 7.1 Gaming In-Ear Headphones||– Speaker Size: 10mm Dynamic & Balanced Armature Receiver|
– Sensitivity: 94 ± 3 dBSPL at 1kHz
– Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 40 kHz
– Microphone: 1 Omnidirectional Analog Silicon Mic
– Mic Sensitivity: -38 ± 1 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz
– Mic Frequency Range: 50 Hz – 10 kHz
– Connectivity Interface: USB-C
– Cable Length: 150cm
|Lenovo Legion E510 7.1 In-ear Headphones Design||– Packed Dimensions: 24.6mm x 19.7mm x 21.8mm|
– Weight: 26g (0.06 lbs)
– Warranty: 1 Year
Lenovo Legion Go Price in Nepal:
Jumping straight into Lenovo Legion Go Price in Nepal, the handheld controller starts at $699/€799 for the base model and will be available from November for the international market. However, in the context of Nepal, there are no Authorized resellers for these devices so the availability of these devices is uncertain.
However, talking about its expected price here in Nepal, based on international conversion rates, it is likely to cost over NPR 92,999.
|Model||Price in the USA(Official)||Price in Nepal(Converted)|
|Lenovo Legion Go||$699||NPR 92,999|
Design and Display:
Lenovo took some inspiration from the Nintendo Switch and added special controllers to the Legion Go. These controllers called the Legion TrueStrike, have special sticks and lots of buttons. It includes a touchpad and 10 buttons on the sides that you can change to do different things.
Further, Lenovo also made a part that sticks to the right controller like magic, and you can use it like a computer mouse. The right controller even has a special thing on the bottom that acts like a real mouse.
Talking about the display, it has a really nice 8.8-inch screen that’s super clear with a resolution of 1,600 x 2,560 pixels. Gamers will love how smoothly their games run because of the super-fast 144Hz refresh rate. It can handle different levels of detail in games, and you can even make it use less power by lowering the refresh rate to 60Hz.
The Legion Go gets its power from AMD’s Ryzen Z1 series chipsets, and you can even configure it with a supercharged version called the Z1 Extreme. It uses RDNA 3 graphics to deliver stunning visuals and seamless gameplay. As for storing all your games and files, you have some great options with the Legion Go. It has a storage option of up to a 1TB PCIe Gen4 SSD. Also, there’s a slot for a microSD card that can add up to 2TB of extra space.
Additionally, you’ll have a speedy 16GB of RAM running at 7,500 MHz to keep everything running smoothly. In a nutshell, the Legion Go packs a powerful punch when it comes to performance and storage, ensuring a top-notch gaming experience.
Talking about the battery, the Legion Go is equipped with a two-cell 49.2Wh battery that supports rapid charging, promising a 0-70% charge in just 30 minutes. Likewise, there is also a power bypass mode on the device that helps to preserve battery life. It also gets a 65W PD charger, so you spend less time plugged in and more time enjoying your gaming sessions.
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