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The Asus ROG Ally is getting AMD’s Fluid Motion Frames — the Lenovo Legion Go might too.

The tech works on DX11 and DX12 games and adds fake frames. It is not a silver bullet for low-perf handhelds: it can add so much lag AMD only suggests it for games running 60fps or better.

But this Filterless video shows it’s more nuanced than that. In the right games, you could save considerable battery or add noticeable smoothness. The ROG Ally will get it “as soon as possible”; Lenovo is “looking at how to properly implement” it.