Lenovo’s Groundbreaking Legion Go: A Windows 11 Gaming Handheld and Legion 9i Laptop with AI-Tuned Cooling Unveiled at IFA 2023

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At IFA , Lenovo introduced its first Windows 11 handheld, the Lenovo Go, and a new 3D monitor for businesses. The handheld device is powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 processors and features a 10-point touch screen. Lenovo also the Lenovo Legion 9i laptop, featuring a self-contained, AI-tuned, triple-fan liquid-cooling system.

Lenovo Unveils First Windows 11 Gaming Handheld and 3D Monitor at IFA 2023

At IFA 2023, Lenovo introduced its first Windows 11 gaming handheld, the Lenovo Legion Go, and a new 3D monitor for businesses, the ThinkVision 27.

Lenovo Legion Go: A New Era of Mobile Gaming

The Lenovo Legion Go brings the power of Windows 11 to a new mobile form factor, powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme or Z1 processors. The 8.8-inch Lenovo PureSight Gaming Display and the 10-point touch screen offer an intuitive control for gamers.

“The Lenovo Legion Go brings the power of Windows 11 to a new mobile form factor.”

Moreover, the handheld supports Super Rapid Charge, allowing the battery to recharge up to 70% in just half an hour. It also features a power bypass mode that protects the battery from extra degradation while eliminating heat produced while charging.

Lenovo Legion 9i: Gaming Powerhouse

For those who prefer larger form factors, the Lenovo Legion 9i, Lenovo’s first 16-inch Windows 11 gaming laptop, is a standout. It features a self-contained, AI-tuned, triple-fan liquid-cooling system to manage heat under extreme gaming sessions.

“The Lenovo Legion 9i is a gaming powerhouse a self-contained, AI-tuned, triple-fan liquid-cooling system.”

The laptop is ideal for creators and gamers alike, boasting a 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13980HX processor and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU. The Lenovo LA-2 AI chip’s Smart FPS feature ensures maximum FPS no matter the gaming scenario.

ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor: Revolutionizing Business Tools

Lenovo also unveiled the ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor for businesses. This monitor delivers 2D/3D compatibility without the need for glasses, designed for more immersive creation, connection, and collaboration.

“The ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor is designed for more immersive creation, connection, and collaboration.”

The 3D monitor projects two independent images to the user’s eyes, offering a more streamlined process for creating 3D content such as graphic design, games, and videos.

Both the Lenovo Legion Go and the Lenovo Legion 9i are expected to be available in October.

  • Lenovo Legion Go, the company’s first Windows 11 handheld device for gamers, is powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 processors.
  • The handheld features an 8.8-inch Lenovo PureSight Gaming Display and a 10-point touch screen.
  • Lenovo Legion 9i, the company’s first 16-inch Windows 11 gaming laptop, features a self-contained, AI-tuned, triple-fan liquid-cooling system.
  • The laptop is powered by a 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13980HX processor and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU.
  • Lenovo also introduced the ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor for businesses, offering 2D/3D compatibility without the need for glasses.
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