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MWC 2021 | Lenovo adds an upright mouse, a split keyboard and a number-pad to its wireless accessory arsenal

Some new Lenovo Go accessories. (Source: Lenovo)
Some new Lenovo Go accessories. (Source: Lenovo)
The Lenovo Go series of remote-work-focused accessories is expanding at MWC 2021 to include new and arguably thoughtful peripherals for those who have come to rely on PCs such as ultrabooks in professional capacities. They include new wireless mice, one of which is of the upright variety, and a handy cable-free numberpad. The OEM has also launched audio equipment under this new sub-brand.

Lenovo has augmented its new Go line of enterprise-grade peripherals and accessories at MWC 2021. One of its first products was a mouse; now, it is joined by 2 others. The Go USB-C Wireless Mouse is rated for up to 3 months' worth of use between charging sessions with the port for which it is named. Its new vertical counterpart, on the other hand, supports the "handshake-"style grip, a DPI of 2400 and features six programmable buttons for personal configuration.

Its finish includes a treated cork surface which is, as Lenovo claims, easy to clean and adds to its ergonomics. This material is also found in the wrist-rest of the new Go Wireless Split Keyboard, which, as the name suggests, is arranged around a roughly central slope for more "natural" and less stressful typing over time.

It and its new mouse kin might also go well with the Lenovo Go Wireless Numeric Keypad, which offers convenient, tangle-free resumption of a more complete keyboard experience without sacrificing an ultrabook form-factor. 

Lenovo has also debuted its promised new Go-series wired conferencing speaker at MWC 2021, not to mention new wired in-ear headphones, along with wired and wireless new headsets. These 3 new hearables are rated for "premium" active and electronic noise cancellation (ANC and ENC), as well as an official Microsoft Teams certification apiece.

These new Go accessories already have pricing and availability information for the EMEA region, as indeed do all of Lenovo's new products unveiled today (June 23, 2021). In the case of the new accessories, they are as follows:


ProductAvailable fromPrice (includes VAT)
Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse July 2021 €49
Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless Mouse July 2021 €36
Lenovo Go Wireless Vertical Mouse Aug 2021 €49
Lenovo Go Wireless Split Keyboard Oct 2021 €89
Lenovo Go Wireless Numeric Keypad Oct 2021 €49
Lenovo Go Wired ANC Headset Nov 2021 €99
Lenovo Go Wireless ANC Headset Nov 2021 €159
Lenovo Go ANC In-ear Headphones Nov 2021 €79
Lenovo Go Wired Speakerphone Oct 2021 €99



The new audio accessories...
The new audio accessories...
...and peripherals from Lenovo Go. (Source: Lenovo)
...and peripherals from Lenovo Go. (Source: Lenovo)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-06-23 (Update: 2021-06-23)