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Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse review: Qi charging

Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse review: Qi charging

Lenovo Go Wireless Multidevice Mouse

It's a mouthful of a name, but the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is a worthy addition to your home office set up. The small but comfortable size, the clever multi-function button, and wireless Qi charging make it a can buy, for sure.

Quick specs

  • Blue optical sensor
  • 2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth 5.0, nano USB-C receiver
  • Works best with Windows
  • One-year warranty

The Lenovo Go mouse may look small, but it fits quite comfortably in the hand. I found it most relaxing to use in the claw position, as the mouse is too small to use in the palm style, and very uncomfortable with the fingertip method. There's a nice smooth glide from it on a mousepad or a tabletop. While clicking on the mouse buttons isn't the most satisfying, I think it's acceptable. The mouse lets you pair up to three devices (including the dongle receiver). Switching is easy — just hit the switch device button on top.

Lenovo Go Wireless Multidevice Mouse
Credit: Aloysius Low/Can Buy or Not

A multi-function button located at the side allows you to quickly switch between the three default DPI modes. You can toggle the 800, 1,600, and 2,400 DPI settings by holding down the multi-function button, and pressing the switch device button. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like you can change the DPI. I favour 1,600 DPI myself for working, so the mouse is perfect for me. Another thing you can do is hold the multi-function button down and press down on the scroll wheel to mute, or scroll up and down to adjust the volume. You can also double-click the multi-function button to go into Call mode. You can then open the Microsoft Teams app or make a call. The volume adjustments also work in this mode. Double-click the multi-function button again to exit the Call mode.

Lenovo Go Wireless Multidevice Mouse
Credit: Aloysius Low/Can Buy or Not

The wireless dongle can also be hidden under the cover, which is attached to the mouse via magnets. Keeping the mouse charged is really simple. You can use USB-C port, or just place the mouse on top of any Qi wireless charger. It should take about two hours for a full charge. Battery life is rated at three months, and I didn't see any need to charge after a week of use. There's also a non multi-device version of this mouse, the Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless, but that doesn't come with wireless charging.

Retailing at S$85, the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is a brilliant office mouse that's also quite portable due to its small footprint. You can't go wrong with its thoughtful features, though if you want a mouse with an addictive clicky scroll wheel, the Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is another option to consider. Get it from Lenovo's online store.

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Note: Review unit provided by Lenovo.


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Verdict



CAN BUY

A great work mouse with great features.

Buy from Lenovo's online store

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