[CES 2016] Lenovo certainly made quite a splash back when it introduced its Yoga range of notebooks and Ultrabooks, where you could fold the notebook’s hinge a full 360-degrees, delivering media in the most suitable mode – Tent, Flat, Tablet, or simply to use it as a regular notebook. Having said that, it is not surprising at all to see Lenovo introduce a quartet of devices for gamers this CES, where we will start off with the Lenovo Yoga Mouse. The Lenovo Yoga Mouse is a multi-functional device that aims to simplify both work and life, where you can switch between a wireless mouse or a fully functional remote control – simply by bending the device, hence the Yoga name. It will have 1,400DPI and plays nice with Windows machines only, featuring a built-in rechargeable battery and works in 2.4GHz or Bluetooth 4.0 modes. It will be out this coming April for $69.99 a pop. You can check out the gallery of the Lenovo Yoga Mouse right after the jump, before we move on to the other peripherals that Lenovo has in store for the masses.
As for the Lenovo Y Gaming Optical Mouse that you can see below, this particular peripheral is said to deliver pinpoint in-game control where you can adjust the sensitivity up to 4,000DPI. This allows you to execute actions and commands in the blink of an eye, with up to 1,000 polling rate. Apart from that, all 5 of its programmable buttons have been tuned to fit snugly regardless of the size of your hand, and the bold design with the iconic Lenovo Y emblem will surely help differentiate you from the others. Out this May, the Lenovo Y Gaming Optical Mouse will retail for $39.99 apiece.
As for the Lenovo Y Gaming Stereo Headset that is depicted in the gallery below, your gaming experience will edge towards perfection, as it offers powerful performance thanks to its 50mm magnetic drivers that delivers Hi-Fi performance, alongside a retractable passive noise-cancelling microphone for you to communicate with your team mates in crystal clear clarity. The soft mesh padding headphone covers ensures you can enjoy hours of gaming on end without feeling too hot around the ears, while it comes with an audio coverter which suits all PCs. Available this May, the Lenovo Y Gaming Stereo Headset will retail for $49.99.
Last but not least, there is the Lenovo Y Gaming Armored Backpack (as seen below) that will go for $89.99 as it hits the market this coming May. After all, you would need a decent backpack to carry all of your stuff when you go out, right? The Lenovo Y Gaming Armored Backpack will feature three separate compartments that have been designed for up to three separate compartments, allowing you to stash in a 17″ laptop in addition to your gaming peripherals and personal belongings. It will also boast of a hard front shell in addition to a matte PU bottom so that it offers adequate protection, while different compartments keeps everything neat and tidy. Any takers?