Exploring the Legion Go and Steam Deck OLED: Everything You Need to Know

Valve’s Steam Deck OLED and Lenovo’s Legion Go both underwent a dual teardown by iFixit today. The teardown provides an in-depth look into both handhelds, focusing on repairability, which received high marks for both devices – 9 / 10 for Steam Deck OLED and 8 / 10 for the Lenovo Legion.

In their article, iFixit offers a summary of the teardown process but recommends watching the video for a more comprehensive view and close-up shots of the components. This is especially helpful for those interested in attempting a teardown themselves.

Valve and Lenovo have made strides in ensuring DIY fixes are easily manageable for users. The new Steam Deck OLED features a metal frame and screw posts, offering increased durability. Similarly, Lenovo’s Legion Go introduces pull tabs for battery removal, eliminating the need for complex tools.

A picture of the Steam Deck OLED next to the two revisions of the LCD version.
Image: iFixit

iFixit highlights the notable improvements made by both Valve and Lenovo to enhance the repair process, making the devices well-designed and ideal for repair. Both the Steam Deck OLED and Legion Go showcase the power and precision involved in creating powerful handheld consoles.


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