Lenovo leads the way of charging for the Apple Magic Mouse

Lenovo Go mouse

As much as I like the Apple Magic Mouse, it is not possible to understand how they had "the brilliant idea" to place the charging port on the bottom of the mouse leaving the peripheral completely useless when it is charging.

In this sense we have to say that Apple's change in this Magic Mouse occurred at the time they wanted to add a rechargeable battery to replace the typical batteries. This is something that could have been corrected for a long time but We have not seen any change in the charging method and neither in the location of this port.

Lenovo Introduces Wireless Mouse with Wireless Charging

And it is that it does not seem so complicated to add the wired race to the external peripherals as we have seen or are seeing with other brands. Now Lenovo has just introduced its Lenovo GO, a mouse with wireless charging and it's totally wireless.

In addition, this new Lenovo mouse allows or rather is compatible with Qi charging so any charging base is compatible.And we all know that there are really mat-like charging docks so we'd be charging the mouse while we're using it. But in this case Lenovo also adds a kind of "external battery" with which I can discharge your Mouse and other peripherals thanks to the USB C ports it incorporates.

We still do not understand how Apple in the new generation of iMac did not add or modify the charging port in the Magic Mouse (plus adding those pretty colors) to allow charging while wearing. If you don't want to add wireless charging at least modify the location of the port so that users can charge it while using it ...

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