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CES 2022 | Lenovo touts the new Legion M300s and M600s as light, fast and smooth RGB mice for 2022 gaming

The new Legion M600s. (Source: Lenovo)
The new Legion M600s. (Source: Lenovo)
Lenovo has introduced its latest Legion gaming mice. The new peripherals come in wired and wireless options, the second of which has been equipped with lightweight, comfort-focused builds and ultra-high DPIs. The M300s and M600s also features RGB, used to illuminate their familiar branding.

Lenovo's Legion brand has come to CES 2022 to unveil its 2022 gaming line-up. It is comprehensive enough to include new mice, which come in wired and wireless variety. The M300s is the former of the two, and is, according to its OEM, "engineered for speed & endurance".

This development has resulted in a mouse of only 61 grams in weight, with an adjustable sensor rated for up to 8000 DPI and "time-tested" ergonomics. The M300s also has mechanical buttons with micro-switches. It comes in Black or Dove Gray, whereas the M600s comes in just one iron-gray shade.

This mouse shares new feet made of 100% PTFE for potentially enhanced dexterity and motility. However, it weighs 71g and has a Pixart 3370 sensor rated for up to 19,000 DPI. Its left & right micro-switches are optical in this case, rated to withstand up to 80 million clicks

The Legion M600s has been designed to exhibit a "crowd-pleasing" build with a shallow arch, slim mid-section and side grip with "mirrored-textured" grips. Lenovo has yet to announce pricing or availability for the M300s or M600s.

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The M600s has a USB type A dongle and type-C charging. (Source: Lenovo)
The M600s has a USB type A dongle and type-C charging. (Source: Lenovo)
The M300s in both its new colorways. (Source: Lenovo)
The M300s in both its new colorways. (Source: Lenovo)
 

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Lenovo Legion Press Release

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-01- 5 (Update: 2022-01- 6)