Lenovo’s Gaming Handheld Rival To Steam Deck And Nintendo Swap Simply Leaked

The handles on the supposed Lenovo handheld console are purposefully curved, and the set off button positioning additionally appears distinctive. Except for two L-shaped shoulder triggers on all sides and a pair of curved decrease triggers, there are an additional couple of buttons alongside the curved deal with mid-way by means of every controller’s hump. 

There are most definitely customizable macro buttons, and there is additionally a scroll wheel positioned at an angle on the prime on the correct half of the controller, seemingly for quantity controls. To date, we’ve not seen a button like this on any mainstream Home windows or Linux-based handheld gaming console, however it’s out there on a handful of gaming keyboards.

Over on the entrance, the alleged Lenovo Go’s controller affords a quartet of ABXY motion buttons, a joystick, what appears like a fast controls button, and a sq. touchpad akin to the Steam Deck. The left half encompasses a D-Pad button, one other joystick, an influence key, and two different buttons with menu and up to date process identifiers. Lenovo additionally seems to have added some colourful lighting pizzazz on the base of every joystick.