MWC 2021 | The Lenovo Go Wireless Charging Kit aims to deliver easy USB type-C power for on-the-go working
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Lenovo Go is a new line of productivity-focused accessories and devices designed to go with the ThinkPad series of PCs, in looks at least. Its recently-launched USB type-C power bank has now been joined by another, unveiled alongside a new device the OEM calls a Wireless Charging Kit at MWC 2021.
This new product is a wireless charging pad, albeit one rated to receive power at 45 to 65W and send it via a receiver to a type-C connector, which can be used by an increasing number of ultrabooks for convenient power delivery. Lenovo claims that this new solution, designed using technology from EnergySquare, is suitable for 13- to 14-inch ultrabooks with 65W charging speeds and without touchscreens.
For those in need of a slightly more conventional portable charger, there is the new Go 10,000 mAh wireless power bank. This up-to-30W devices can power one Qi-compatible device, while supplying 2 more via USB type-C. Lenovo will release it in January 2022, at a price of €89 (~US$106), whereas the Wireless Charging Kit will be available from October 2021 and will cost €139 ($166).
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