Lenovo unveiled the first mouse from a new sub-brand of the company, titled Lenovo Go, through which Lenovo later introduces a set of accessories for games.
Lenovo Go Mouse
The Lenovo Go wireless mouse comes with multiple device pairing feature, as it supports pairing with 3 devices and switching between connected devices via a dedicated button on the wireless mouse.
The wireless mouse supports Bluetooth 5.0 technology, it also comes with a USB C receiver at a frequency of 2.4GHz, and the wireless mouse is scheduled to support devices that run Windows and also devices running Google Chrome OS, as expectations indicate that the mouse’s support for Bluetooth technology allows the mouse to also connect to devices Android phones and iPhones and iPads.
The Lenovo Go mouse also features three buttons on the right and left side with the scroll wheel, with Nordic IC (52810), also supports the mouse to adjust the DPIs between 2400, 1600, and also 800, and the blue optical sensor also supports installing the mouse on any surface.
The mouse includes a 380 mAh battery, which will last for about two months, according to Lenovo’s statements, and the mouse supports charging via the USB C port or Qi wireless charging.
Lenovo Go also features measurements of 100 by 62 in 34 mm, and is available in two colors, gray and black, at $ 60, to be available in the US market, starting from next June.
Lenovo Go USB-C charging station
Lenovo also launched the Lenovo Go USB-C charging base that comes with a 20000 mAh battery and supports 65W fast charging.
The charging base includes 4 cells of batteries that are divided into a capacity of 5000 mAh per cell, and the base includes two USBC ports with a capacity of fast charging 65W, and a USB A port that supports charging capacity of 18W.
The USB C ports can support 100W charging base power input, so the base will support fast charging with charger that meets these standards.
The charging base also supports three devices at the same time, and the Lenovo Go USB-C base supports charging at the same time with two devices.
And Lenovo made it clear in its announcement that the charging dock supports Lenovo and ThinkPad devices with a capacity of 65W, and is also compatible with other devices that include computers, tablets, smartphones and game platforms.
The base Lenovo Go USB-C is also available in gray, black, with sizes 170 by 72 by 23 mm, and it weighs 390 grams and is available for purchase in June at a price of approximately $ 90.