Rumor: Lenovo Legion Go Lite is in the works, will use AMD Z1 CPU

The CPU will have additional refinements according to sources

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lenovo legion go lite

We’re seeing more handheld gaming PCs, and we already saw some amazing devices from Valve, ASUS, and Lenovo.

Speaking of which, it seems that Lenovo is working on a new handheld that will be aimed towards budget users.

Lenovo might be working on a budget version of Legion Go

Legion Go is a great handheld, but it’s a bit bulky and on the heavier side, and it might get heavy after prolonged gaming sessions.

That might change according to Windows Central, as Lenovo might be working on a new version of the handheld.

The unofficial name of the device is Lenovo Legion Go Lite, and it will use a Z1 processor from AMD with additional refinements.

No information is currently available on this device, but there are speculations that it might come with a smaller screen or without joysticks.

Lastly, it’s expected for the device to be more affordable than the base model. Unfortunately, no concrete information is available at the moment, as Lenovo is keeping this project under wraps.

While this does look impressive, the ASUS ROG Ally X announcement is coming soon, so we’ll see what improvements ASUS will bring to its handheld.

In other news, the next-gen Xbox console might be a reference device, but this is just speculation at the moment.

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