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Lenovo Launches Legion Go, Legion 9i, Legion Glasses in Singapore

Updated: Dec 18, 2023

Heads up gamers, new Lenovo Legion products are hitting the market.

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Credits: Lenovo

Lenovo on Tuesday, 7 November announced it's ushering in a new era of advanced gaming solutions, with the launch of the Legion Go, Legion 9i and the Legion Glasses in the Asia Pacific region, which, of course, includes Singapore.


"Legion’s game-changing lineup, designed to address the evolving needs of the gaming world, is delivering unmatched performance, versatility and immersive gameplay on a global scale," said Leon Yu, Lenovo's Asia Pacific Consumer Business Lead.


The Legion Go is a high-performance portable gaming handheld that features console-level performance and controls that'll help you stay competitive. Combining powerful gaming capability and unmatched portability, the new device essentially brings Windows 11 PC gaming to an easy-to-carry and mobile form factor.

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Lenovo Legion Go. Credits: Lenovo

It's powered by an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor with AMD RDNA Graphics and sports an 8.8-inch QHD+ display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and 144Hz refresh rate. It also includes up to 16GB LPDDR5X of RAM with power management options, allowing you to optimise gaming performance and loading times, plus up to 1TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD storage and micro-SD support of up to 2TB. For battery, it has a 49.2Wh cell with support Super Rapid Charge, allowing you to play all day long, as Lenovo touts.


What's unique about the Legion Go is that it feature different modes to suit different gaming needs and experiences. "Battlestation", for example, lets you transform the device into a gaming desktop when connected to external peripherals, catering to both casual gaming and competitive esports. Meanwhile, the FPS mouse mode converts the detachable controllers into mouse and keyboard inputs for when you're playing a first-person game.

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Lenovo Legion 9i. Credits: Lenovo

Alongside the Legion Go, Lenovo also launched the Legion 9i, a 16-inch gaming laptop that ships with a 13th-gen Intel Core i9-13980HX processor. It also features a self-regulating AI-tuned liquid-cooling system that can reportedly enhance performance under pressure. That's possible thanks to the Lenovo LA-2 AI chip, housed within the laptop, which intelligently allocates power between the CPU and GPU to optimise performance across games and applications.

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Lenovo Legion Glasses. Credits: Lenovo

Last but not the least is the Legion Glasses, a plug-and-play advanced wearable display solution that works with the Legion Go and other Legion devices. It features micro-OLED display technology that delivers high colour contrast range at FHD resolution with 60Hz refresh rate, emulating the experience and functionality of large screen gaming. Design-wise, it's sleek, lightweight and comfortable to wear, according to Lenovo.


Lenovo’s latest Legion line-up is now available in Singapore.

 
  • Lenovo has announced that it's ushering in a new era of advanced gaming solutions, with the launch of the Legion Go, Legion 9i and the Legion Glasses in Singapore.

  • The Legion Go is a high-performance portable gaming handheld that features console-level performance and controls that'll help you stay competitive.

  • The Legion 9i is a 16-inch gaming laptop that ships with a 13th-gen Intel Core i9-13980HX processor and a self-regulating liquid-cooling system, while the Legion Glasses are a plug-and-play advanced wearable display solution that works with various devices.

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