According to Windows Central, referring to its own sources, Lenovo is working on its own version of a portable gaming PC – Legion Go.

The device will be based on a hybrid AMD Ryzen 7040U APU chip and will have an 8-inch display – 1 inch larger than the Steam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally. Like the system from ASUS, the Lenovo Legion Go will run on Windows 11.

While there is no estimated release date and even appearance is unknown, it’s safe to assume that the Legion Go will share some common features with the Legion Play portable Android cloud gaming console, which Lenovo never put into production.

Lenovo is working on the Legion Go, a portable gaming system that could compete with the Steam Deck and ASUS ROG Ally