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  • Writer's pictureAmaelo Eze

Lenovo Legion Go Controller Mods are here

Today, I'm diving into something pretty exciting - controller grips that turn your ordinary Joycons or controllers into something much more substantial. I have three different designs to share with you: a white one, a red one, and a sleek black one.

I'll walk you through each of these and let you know my top pick. Plus, if you want to pick up these these gems click here

First off, we have the "Angle Design", followed by the "Large Design" and the "Compact". There's also a fourth design called the "Full" which I haven't tried yet, but it looks promising. For now, my favorite is the Large - it feels just right.

Large Lenovo Legion Go Controller Mod
Large Lenovo Legion Go Controller Mod

These grips are designed to snugly fit the controllers of the Lenovo Legion Go. They are marked with left and right labels, making it easy to figure out which side goes where. The red one even has a top indicator to help with alignment.

An important note: once you disconnect the controllers from the Lenovo Legion Go, they run solely on their battery power. The grips don’t charge the controllers, so keep that in mind.

Let's talk about the different grips. The Angle Grip, as the name suggests, angles your hands in a unique way.

Angled Legion Go Controller Mod

It’s not the most comfortable for long gaming sessions, but it’s definitely interesting and some may find it appealing. Next, the Top Grip is more compact and brings your hands closer together. It's a bit cramped but offers a unique playing experience.

Compact Legion Go Controller Mod

The one I liked the most was the grip that mimics the feel of an Xbox or PlayStation controller (Large Mod). It’s wider and feels sturdier, providing a more traditional gaming experience.

Now, for the final verdict. Would I recommend these? Absolutely! They're available on eBay, and their price range is quite reasonable, from $12.85 to $14.85. With four different types (Full, Compact, Angle, and Large), there's something for everyone.

However, I do have a concern about wear and tear, especially on the connector points of the device. I'm cautious about how these will hold up with repeated use. This might be a minor issue for some, but it's something to consider if you plan on frequently switching between grips.

In conclusion, these controller grips are a fantastic way to enhance your Lenovo Legion Go experience. They're a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of the gaming community. Let me know your thoughts in the comments, and I'll see you in the next video. Until then, peace out!


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