Today's update brings exciting news for Legion Go users. The Legion team has confirmed an update for Legion Space, and I'm here to delve into the details. You Can find the VGA Drivers Here:
First off, key customization and mapping are now high priorities. The update will allow the use of left and right triggers for mouse clicks, which is a significant ergonomic improvement. The taskbar system is also getting an overhaul, with a focus on space minimization and additional customization options.
One of the most anticipated features is the integration of the driver and firmware updates directly into Legion Space. This eliminates the need for manual updates, streamlining the process significantly. DPI settings for the trackpad and an FPS mode with options like 30, 36, 48, 60, 72, and custom settings are also in the pipeline.
Additionally, the update will offer an adjustable fan curve in the Legion Space, a feature many users have been eagerly awaiting. This includes the ability to turn off the light on the power button, enter desktop mode, adjust automatic sleep timing on controllers, and tweak the LT/RT dead zone activation point. There's also the option to hide games in the Legion Space, a rapid charge battery conservation toggle, and more. The next update is scheduled for January, so there's plenty to look forward to!
In other news, Legion is exploring FSR 3.0 support with AMD. While there's nothing concrete to share yet, the team is making strides in gyro behavior improvements and addressing fan coil whine issues. They've also started releasing 3D files to aid third-party solution creation – a move that shows Legion's commitment to community-driven innovation.
As for the VGA drivers, there have been some server issues, but alternative download options will be provided in the video description. These new drivers promise performance improvements. Again you can find the VGA Drivers here:
Lastly, the team is investigating several user-reported issues, including high SSD temperatures, SD card stutter, and freezing in games. While solutions are still in the works, it's encouraging to see the team's proactive approach.