On October 16, Lenovo rescuer reported the launch of the M500 wireless gaming mouse at an initial price tag of 129 yuan (roughly Rs.1,504). This device uses a non-porous lightweight symmetrical design, supports a wired/2.4G wireless dual-mode connection, uses a Type-C interface. This product is convenient for both left and right hands.
Lenovo Savior M500 wireless gaming mouse is fueled with RGB lighting effects, and the machine comes in two color variants: Ice White and Phantom Black. The product weighs about 88g without a receiver and cable.
When it comes to connectivity, this mouse features 2.4G dual-mode wireless, and users can impeccably set to wired mode while the machine is in charge mode. The device is bundled with a USB-C adapter interface to adapt to a variety of customized cables. The mouse supports seven levels of adjustable lighting effects, features four-color constant light, uses five-second conversion. It keeps colorful breathing and dull silence.
As far as battery efficiency is concerned, Lenovo Savior M500 wireless gaming mouse has 800 mAh lithium battery power and a battery span of up to 10 days with an independent portable USB storage compartment.
In addition, Lenovo Savior M500 wireless gaming mouse uses a 30M primary button jog, and the mouse wheel is packed with a 100W turn life encoder.
Furthermore, the existing M600 gaming mouse sold by Lenovo at a price tag of 299 yuan (roughly Rs.3486) supports a three-mode connection up to 16000 DPI. M600 gaming mouse equipped with a PAW 3335 sensor uses Omron’s 50M button jog. M600 mouse allows for up to 200 hours of battery life when fully charged with a USB-C port.
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