Chinese PC maker Lenovo is reportedly developing a handheld game console called Legion Go, as revealed by sources on Tuesday in an exclusive report from Windows Central. The console will adopt Windows 11 to achieve maximum compatibility with PC games. To compete with Valve’s Steam Deck and Asus ROG Ally in the market, it is said to feature AMD’s latest Ryzen processors and a larger 8-inch display. The AMD Ryzen 7000 series chips are ultra-thin and focused on gaming, AI, and graphics for ultrabooks. In 2021, Lenovo developed an Android handheld game console called Legion Play, but it was not officially launched. Currently, Lenovo has not commented on the existence of Legion Go. [Windows Central]