Lenovo is beginning a new line of accessories, called Lenovo Go: a setup of chargers, mice and keyboards, and audio products designed for the new world of hybrid workers who’ll be both driving to the office and working from home.
The organization is beginning little with two products up until now. There’s Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse, a travel mouse whose primary specialty (other than movability) is support for wireless Qi charging (notwithstanding USB-C). There’s additionally the Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank, which offers 20,000mAh of charging capacity at to 65W, with the capacity to energize to three devices immediately.
Neither one of the devices is groundbreaking, yet it’s the hybrid commuting focus that makes them fascinating. Lenovo is specifically designing the gadgets with the goal that workers will actually want to effortlessly switch them between different PCs, while as yet being sufficiently little to simply throw in a sack and effectively bring home.
The new Go items are likewise the first in what will ultimately 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 gatherings.
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. The two devices will be accessible in June.