There are many brands out there when it comes to accessories for your computer, but it seems that Lenovo wants to toss their hat into the ring as well. The company has recently announced a sub-brand called Lenovo Go that will create PC accessories designed for what the company calls a “hybrid workforce”.

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According to the company, “As more and more businesses adopt remote working policies, the attention turns to the technology that must enable effective collaboration, boost individual performance and productivity, and maximize engagement and motivation. Lenovo Go aims to deliver the complementary tools that efficiently bridge the gap between office, home and in between and transform a good experience to a great experience.”

The initial accessories that will be launched include a USB-C laptop power bank and a wireless multi-device mouse. Starting with the battery, this is a 20,000mAh battery with a 65-watt power output, meaning it should be powerful enough to juice up your laptop at least once. Then there is also the wireless mouse which is truly wireless in the sense that not only is it cordless, but it also can charge wirelessly.

It will be able to work with a Qi-compatible charger, so if you already have wireless charging products at home, you can juice up the mouse the same way. Both accessories are slated for a June release with the Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank priced at $89.99, while the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse will retail for $59.99.

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