Gaming swag for not a lot of money
Aside from their new gaming notebook, Lenovo’s gaming brand Legion also announced two new mice and a keyboard today. The Legion M600 Wireless gaming mouse is the higher end of the two mice on display in CES today, sporting up to 16,000 DPI sensitivity for the twichiest of gamers. The mouse is paired with a 1,000Hz polling rate that the company says offers tracking and latency comparable to wired models.
The M600 charges via a USB Type-C port and has a 200-hour battery life when fully charged. Even more impressive is the fact that you get half of that battery life with just a 5-minute trip to the charger.
The M300 is a more affordable, wired variant but still offers a lot of stand-out features compared to its competitors. It has up to 8,000 DPI sensitivity and uses a Pixart 3325 sensor VS the PixArt 3335 sensor on the more expensive model. It has a 1,000Hz polling rate and more importantly retails far less than its wireless brother.
Rounding off Lenovo’s gaming swag is their Legion K300 RGB gaming keyboard. The keyboard features anti-ghosting, 24-key programmable rollover membrane and sports five dynamic RGB lighting zones and a splash-resistant design.
The Legion M600 is slated to retail for $80 while the M300 is just $30, making both extremely affordable options for gamers looking for feature-rich mice. The Legion K300 RGB keyboard will retail for $49.99.