Lenovo’s new travel mouse does wireless charging
Lenovo is starting a new line of accessories, called Lenovo Go: a lineup of chargers, mice and keyboards, and audio products designed for the new world of hybrid workers who’ll be both commuting to the office and working from home.
The company is starting small with two products so far. There’s Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse, a travel mouse whose main claim to fame (other than portability) is support for wireless Qi charging (in addition to USB-C). There’s also the Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank, which offers 20,000mAh of charging capacity at up to 65W, with the ability to charge up to three devices at once.
Neither device is groundbreaking, but it’s the hybrid commuting focus that makes them interesting. Lenovo is specifically designing the devices so that workers will be able to easily switch them between multiple computers, while still being small enough to just toss in a bag and easily take home.
The new Go products are also just the first in what will eventually be a full product lineup. Lenovo has plans for “a range of wired and wireless charging solutions,” more mice and keyboards, and “audio solutions” to help improve meetings.
Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is set to cost $59.99, while the Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank will cost $89.99. Both devices will be available in June.