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A New Wireless Keyboard And Mouse Set From Lenovo Is Environmentally Friendly

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The most recent wireless keyboard and mouse set from Lenovo can operate for three months on a single battery. Ocean-bound and post-consumer recycled plastics are used to make both components. The price of the package is EUR 79 (US$ 83). With the 4K webcam and laptops, Lenovo also announced a new wireless keyboard and mouse set. According to the manufacturer, these devices include up to 65% recycled plastics that were previously used in the ocean. Both units utilize the same 2.4 GHz dongle and can manage three connections at once. In July 2023, they will be sold for EUR 79 (around US$83). [caption id="attachment_61109" align="aligncenter" width="1600"]Lenovo Notebook Image credit: securitynewspaper[/caption] Given its rather low cost, Logitech's MX Master 3S and mechanical keyboards' bells and whistles aren't included in Lenovo's wireless keyboard/mouse set. On the other hand, the wireless mouse has four customizable buttons and supports instant DPI adjustment. With a maximum DPI of 4,000, the optical sensor can virtually track any surface. The keyboard may give out much sooner depending on activity, however Lenovo claims that the keyboard and mouse may operate for up to three months on a single charge. The left and right mouse and keyboard click buttons may withstand up to 10 million clicks before breaking. The keyboard and mouse set is compatible with Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth LE as well as Windows Swift Pair connectivity.

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