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Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse - Its a Winner

Updated: Nov 15

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“Dad my mouse sucks!!” was the cry that carried into my home office. I grabbed the Lenovo Go Wireless Mouse off my shelf. I’ve been meaning to try this for a while, but I use a TrackBall when I’m desk-bound and the TrackPoint and Touchscreen all other times.



The mouse is conservatively but securely packed, and popped out with ease. From opening to handling it feels like a professional grade peripheral.



So whats in the box?

  • Mouse

  • Receiver

  • Charging Cable

  • Warranty & Instructions.


Its a nice looking and feeling mouse. Its light weight and fits very nicely in the hand. Its got some excellent ergonomics as you would expect from Lenovo.



Connectivity is flexible. The Wireless mouse can be connected via accompanying receiver or two separate Bluetooth channels.


Bluetooth & receiver connection took seconds to perform or switch between. Felt like a very slick operation.


Through the Lenovo Go App, once connected the mouse has various settings and options that can be adjusted, such as programmable buttons, application specific settings and sensitivity.


Charging options are both wireless and wired (via USB-C). Charging seems quick. Reports of 15 minute fast charge giving 1 week of use.



You know something making this a truly "magic mouse"... you can actually use it while its charging! 😲🍏😉



Precision and accuracy experience with the mouse is excellent and it glides well on my desk. Feels like a comfortably light mouse to use. A real all day device. Very nice indeed.


Handing the mouse over to the despondent child, he took it and dived into game play with it. A couple of hours later I heard… “DAD! This mouse is cool!”


If you haven’t looked at the Lenovo Go accessories ecosystem, I highly recommend it.


Well done Lenovo this is another a winner.



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