The Lenovo Legion Go is almost here, and we couldn't be more excited for the release. The device has its pros and cons, but overall, it looks to be an amazing deal for handheld gaming. It also has some amazing storage options from Lenovo and Best Buy, giving us a 512gb SSD at $699 and a 1tb SSD at $749, but it looks like Micro Center is one-upping them with an even higher option!

On the store's website, there is an ad for the Legion Go that shows you can get a 2tb version of the device for $799. This isn't actually an option that Lenovo offers, but the team over at Micro Center will actually take out and put in a 2tb PCIe 4 2242 NVMe drive for you, effecting making sure you don't have to open the device to make the upgrade yourself.


I was already blown away by the $749 deal for a 1tb option, but $799 for 2tb AND the upgrade is done for you? This might end up taking the cake. I couldn't find an option to purchase the 2tb upgrade directly on the store's website, but customer support informed me that it isn't available for preorder. Basically, you will have to tell them that you want the upgrade in-store, pay the extra $100, and they will upgrade it right then and there!

This is amazing nonetheless and just adds to the great things Lenovo is doing with the Legion Go.

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Noah Kupetsky
A lover of gaming since 4, Noah has grown up with a love and passion for the industry. From there, he started to travel a lot and develop a joy for handheld and PC gaming. When the Steam Deck released, it just all clicked.
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