The first photos of a portable gaming console called Legion Go, which is being developed by Lenovo, have appeared online. Exclusive images of the new product were published by Windows Report.

Judging by them, the company wants to create the best gaming device in its category. In fact, Lenovo’s new console not only takes into account the experiences of Valve’s Steam Deck, ASUS’ ROG Ally and AYANEO, but also the Nintendo Switch.

The design of the device combines features from other manufacturers: detachable controllers similar to the Joy-Con, a button layout like the ROG Ally, and a trackpad like the Steam Deck. The device may also have an 8-inch touchscreen.

The Legion Go will run on Windows 11, which means it can be used as a PC. In addition, the console is said to use a hybrid AMD Phoenix processor.

The console looks interesting, and if Lenovo can turn it into a real product, it could increase competition in the portable gaming console market, which PC manufacturers have begun to enter more actively.