What if the next version of the Legion Go skipped the screen for AR glasses instead; would you buy one?

That it what another company may be doing.

https://wccftech.com/tecno-pocket-go-handheld-ar-gaming-device-powered-by-amd-ryzen-7-8840hs-apu/

I would definitely be interested in a Legion Go minus a screen, replaced with AR glasses.

My biggest concern would be the quality of the AR glasses.

The USB-C port would still be able to connect to a monitor if wanted.

Please share your thoughts and ideas.

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  • I think it would be cool but it wouldn't be for me seeing how I wear every day glasses to see because I'm getting old, lol!

  • Nick C.

    Great point! Us optically challenged gamers do have harder times using some of the cool tech out that is available.

    I have a special pair of prescription style goggle glasses I bought for work. They ended up working well with my Oculus Rift S. I am not sure how good AR glasses would actually work for me, even after investing in the custom optical lenses you can have made for them.

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  • Nick C.

    Great point! Us optically challenged gamers do have harder times using some of the cool tech out that is available.

    I have a special pair of prescription style goggle glasses I bought for work. They ended up working well with my Oculus Rift S. I am not sure how good AR glasses would actually work for me, even after investing in the custom optical lenses you can have made for them.

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