Lenovo Unveils Legion Go Handheld Gaming Device with Cutting-Edge Detachable Controllers
Lenovo's Legion Go Offers Innovative Detachable TrueStrike Controllers and Impressive Display for Gamers
Lenovo is making waves in the handheld gaming arena with its latest innovation, the Legion Go.
One of the standout features of the Lenovo Legion Go is undoubtedly its detachable TrueStrike controllers, which bear a resemblance to Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons. These controllers are equipped with two joysticks, a directional pad, and an array of face buttons, akin to standard gaming controllers. However, their capabilities go beyond the norm.
The TrueStrike controllers offer a remarkable total of 10 mappable shoulder buttons, comprising two triggers, two bumpers, four rear buttons (two on each controller), along with an additional pair of inputs located on the edges. The right controller even incorporates a front trackpad for on-screen cursor control and a rear-mounted mouse wheel for scrolling. Moreover, each controller features an optical “eye” on its underside, which, when placed within the accompanying stand, transforms the peripheral into a rudimentary gaming mouse.