Lenovo is introducing the Lenovo Legion Go as a new addition to its gaming ecosystem, offering gamers flexibility and choice. Legion Go represents Lenovo’s entry into the relatively niche handheld gaming PC market, serving as a response to ASUS ROG Ally and Valve’s Steam Deck.
The PlayStation Console companion device that was known as Project Q which we had a sneak peek in May is now officially known as PlayStation Portal Remote Player. For those who don’t already know, PlayStation Portal is NOT a handheld gaming console. It is as the product name suggests, a remote play device that lets …
Remember the retro handheld gaming device, Analogue? Of course, you do remember because this little fun gadget made fans waited for like forever before it finally began shipping out in batches in December 2021. The company said that all pre-orders will be shipped starting on August 28.
There was a surprise reveal at the PlayStation Showcase this week. Among all the game titles showcased, Sony offered a sneak peek at two new official PlayStation hardware, namely, a handheld console code name Project Q device and a pair of TWS earbuds.
What we thought to be an April Fool’s Day prank turns out to be a real product. A couple of days ago, the Taiwan-based computer maker officially announced the ASUS ROG Ally. This ROG’s first Windows 11 gaming handheld device is powered by an all-new AMD Ryzen processor for 1080p gaming.
ASUS just revealed its answer to the hard-to-acquire Steam Deck. ASUS gaming brand, ROG, has posted a video of a ROG Ally Handheld Gaming Console but considering the day of the video posting, this could be an April Fool’s Day prank pulled by ROG, or maybe not.
Here’s a custom Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP that I never dreamt of seeing: a functioning LEGO Game Boy Advance SP by Miguel aka Retro Stash Repairs. The build isn’t about sticking LEGO plates on an existing case, btw. That would bulk the device up and prevent access to the buttons. Instead, Miguel uses the …
A one-man operation startup known as “Rich” (Fugui, or 富贵 in Chinese) has developed a new open-source portable and modular pocket-sized computer for Linux developers. Dubbed “Auspicious Machine”, the device is developed for Linux-based operating systems like CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, et cetera.
Game Kiddy is back with a new retro gaming handheld console, the GKD Plus, for mobile gamers who prefer nostalgia over modern titles offered by modern handheld consoles like the previously mentioned GPD WIN4.
Forget about Steam Deck because GPD WIN 4 Handheld Gaming Device is coming to take a chunk of the handheld gaming device pie. How? By slapping a Steam Deck-like portable gaming device with a full QWERTY keyboard.