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Lenovo’s latest accessories are for productivity on the go – Review Geek



A Lenovo Go mouse next to a Lenovo Go power bank
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In front of a lot of people are coming to an end the days of working from home and canceled trips. To energize our future mobile days, Lenovo has announced two new “Go” branded accessories: a portable 20,000 mAh battery and a wireless mouse that charges or connects to three different devices simultaneously.

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Lenovo plans a line of devices under the new Go brand, but we get the battery and mouse to boot. The great fame of the Lenovo Go USB-C 20,000 mAh laptop battery is its ability to charge three devices at the same time. This is thanks to two USB-C ports and one USB-A port. One of the ports is actually an integrated USB-C cable, so that’s one less cable to worry about.

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And thanks to the double USB-C ports, you can charge the battery and charge two devices at the same time. The battery can charge 65 watts, which should be enough for most laptops, let alone tablets and phones. And with a capacity of 20,000 mAh, although the battery is not the smallest on the market, it should be enough to fully charge a laptop or mobile accessories several times. Lenovo says it takes about three hours to charge the battery.

A mosue with removable top and slot for a USB-C dongle
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Lenovo is also known for its computer mouse accessories, and the latest Lenovo Go multi-device mouse does exactly what its name suggests – connecting to all your devices. With both Bluetooth and USB-C dongle capabilities, it can connect to three devices at the same time. With a button just below the scroll wheel you can switch which device you are using.

The front of a computer mouse with an open slot for a USB-C charging cable
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Thanks to the blue optical sensor built into the mouse, you should be able to use the mouse on almost any surface. And Lenovo says the rechargeable mouse will last up to three months before needing a recharge. Fifteen minutes of charging provides a week of use and it is fully charged again in an hour and a half. You also have options to charge, via USB-C or via QI wireless if you have a charging pad.

The mouse comes with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable; it supports Bluetooth 5.0, Swift Pair, Windows and Chrome (sorry, macOS users).

Lenovo has not announced any pricing or release dates for either product, but we’ll follow when it does.




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