Comparison

Those of you who have tried multiple handheld systems, how does the Legion go compare to the others? What do you like about the legion go vs others, what don't you like vs the others, what do you wish would have been different about the legion go?

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  • My stance on it is it depends on what you want to do. I personally prefer the legion Go right now because of the larger screen, detachable controllers(really opens the carry case options) and USB 4. Steam Deck has a handheld game console experience right out of the box but isn't so friendly with all games(Destiny 2 for example). Rog Ally is light weight, has amazing speakers and via windows is compatible with pretty much any game on PC, but expansion and peripherals isn't open. If you wanted to add an EGPU to your home setup you would be restricted to the asus xgmobile right now which doesn't have an entry level price.

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  • My stance on it is it depends on what you want to do. I personally prefer the legion Go right now because of the larger screen, detachable controllers(really opens the carry case options) and USB 4. Steam Deck has a handheld game console experience right out of the box but isn't so friendly with all games(Destiny 2 for example). Rog Ally is light weight, has amazing speakers and via windows is compatible with pretty much any game on PC, but expansion and peripherals isn't open. If you wanted to add an EGPU to your home setup you would be restricted to the asus xgmobile right now which doesn't have an entry level price.

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