IFA 2023: Lenovo reveals its first Windows 11 gaming handheld, new 3D monitor for business

At IFA 2023, Lenovo has introduced some exciting additions to its lineup of Windows 11 gaming devices. Among them is the Lenovo Legion Go, a handheld device designed specifically for gamers. In addition, Lenovo has unveiled its top-of-the-line Lenovo Legion 9i laptop, which promises powerful performance and innovative features for gamers and creators. Not forgetting about businesses, Lenovo has also launched the new ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor, offering a glasses-free experience with real-time eye-tracking compatibility.

Introducing the Lenovo Legion Go

The Lenovo Legion Go is a breakthrough handheld gaming device that brings the power of Windows 11 to a mobile form factor. Equipped with AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme or Z1 processors, this device delivers an immersive gaming experience on its 8.8-inch Lenovo PureSight Gaming Display. The 10-point touch screen allows for intuitive control, making scrolling, tapping, and swiping a breeze. As an added bonus, every Legion Go comes with a complimentary three-month Game Pass membership, giving players access to a wide range of high-quality games. With up to 16GB LPDDR5X (7500Mhz) RAM and a 49.2Wh capacity battery, gamers can enjoy optimal performance and longer gaming sessions. The Legion Go also supports Super Rapid Charge, allowing the battery to recharge up to 70% in just 30 minutes. This impressive handheld will be available for purchase in October.

Lenovo Legion Go gaming handheld device with controllers off

The Powerhouse: Lenovo Legion 9i

For those who prefer a slightly bigger form factor, the Lenovo Legion 9i is the perfect choice. This 16-inch Windows 11 gaming laptop boasts a self-contained, AI-tuned, triple-fan liquid-cooling system that effectively manages heat even during extreme gaming sessions. With 6,333 individual intake vents, the Legion 9i stays cool under pressure, making it ideal for both creators and gamers. Powered by a 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13980HX processor and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU, this laptop offers unmatched processing power. The Lenovo PureSight 3.2K Mini-LED 16:10 Display with a 165Hz variable refresh rate brings your games to life with stunning visuals. To further enhance the gaming experience, the Lenovo LA-2 AI chip’s Smart FPS feature tracks frames-per-second and adjusts power to the GPU and CPU accordingly, ensuring maximum FPS in any gaming scenario. Like the Legion Go, the Legion 9i also comes with a three-month Game Pass membership and will be available in October.

ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor

Innovative Tools for Businesses

Lenovo also unveiled new tools designed specifically for businesses, including the ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor. This monitor is perfect for professionals involved in graphic design, games, and videos, as it offers a streamlined process for creating 3D content. With its glasses-free design and real-time eye-tracking compatibility, the ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor provides a more immersive experience for creation, connection, and collaboration. The monitor projects independent images to each eye, resulting in crisp stereo vision and depth perception. It also offers dual 99% color accuracy (DCI-P3, Adobe RGB) for a professional-grade display. With built-in speakers and various connectivity options, such as USB-C docking and modular camera support, this monitor is both functional and versatile. The ThinkVision 27 3D Monitor is set to arrive in select markets in February 2024.

To learn more about these devices and the wide range of accessories unveiled by Lenovo at IFA, visit the Lenovo website.