Lenovo has launched its new Legion peripherals, the Legion M600, Legion M300, and Legion K300 RGB at CES2020.
The Legion M600 is a wireless ambidextrous mouse that can last up to 200 hours when fully charged. It uses Rapid Charge technology via USB-C that can charge the battery for up to 10 hours of use with just five minutes of charging. It’s equipped with a Pixart 3335 sensor and can go up to 16,000 DPI, with side buttons on both the left and right. The button switches are rated for 50 million clicks, and there’s RGB lighting on the scroll wheel and logo.
The Legion M300, on the other hand, is a wired mouse that shares the same shell with the M600 but uses a Pixart 3325 sensor that can go up to 8,000 DPI.
The Legion K300 is a gaming keyboard that uses membrane switches. It has anti-ghosting, programmable 24-key rollover, and five-zone RGB lighting. The keys are rated for 20 million keypresses, with spill-resistant draining holes for durability.
All of Lenovo’s new Legion peripherals will be available in North America starting June 2020 and will retail for:
- Legion M600 – USD 79.99
- Legion M300 – USD 29.99
- Legion K300 – USD 49.99
Legion M600 & M300 Size and Weight:
127mm x 70mm x 42mm
110g (M600), 90g(M300)