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Lenovo unveils a new sub-brand called Go with focus on accessories

Lenovo&039s Go wireless multi-device mouse pairing with up to three devices

Lenovo announced today a set of accessories as part of its new sub-brand called Lenovo Go. The first set of products in the new lineup includes a power bank and a wireless mouse.

The new sub-brand is intended to provide improved productivity to users on the fly while addressing the common problems usually associated with "flexible working", especially at a time when people are staying at home due to lockdown imposed on many parts of the world. The Lenovo Go USB-C power bank has a 20,000mAh capacity with a 65-watt power output, capable of charging a laptop at least once. It can even juice up as many as three devices at the same time via its dual USB-C ports and one USB-A port. The power bank itself can also be fully charged in just three hours. And even if it is charging, you can still use it to charge up to two devices at once.

Lenovo&039s Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank charging a laptop

If you often do multiple tasks, the Lenovo Go wireless multi-device mouse is capable of pairing with up to three devices via USB-C or Bluetooth. Its rechargeable 380mAh battery can last up to two months on a single charge. The mouse also supports Qi wireless charging and its total charging time lasts 1.5 hours. A 15-minute charge can even get you one week of battery power.

Lenovo&039s Go wireless mouse being charged with the Go power bank

If you'd like to give them a try, you can purchase both the mouse and powerbank in June for $59.99 and $89.99, respectively. Later this year, Lenovo also plans to introduce new audio systems that address various challenges including ambient noise, sound quality, and ease of use.

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