When Lenovo launched the Smart Display last year, it offered a great visual way to interact with the Google Assistant. Fast forward to 2019 and Lenovo has launched a follow up to with the Lenovo Smart Clock which does most of the same features but just in a smaller package.
One of the high-anticipated devices from CES 2019, the Lenovo Smart Clock is up for pre-order in Canada and the US.
It was only a few years ago when Android tablets would be selling like hotcakes and could keep up with Apple’s iPad sales. But now, there are hardly any Android tablets on the market, partially because of Apple but the other reason being that there really isn’t a need for a tablet when smartphone screens are getting bigger each year.
Laptops nowadays come in all shapes and sizes, from traditional laptop form factors to 2-in-1s like the Lenovo Yoga C930.
According to a report by 91mobiles, they’ve uncovered that Motorola has a patent for a smartphone with a foldable display.
Lenovo has announced a whole host of products at CES 2019 across smart home, gaming and PCs.
When Google announced Smart Displays at CES 2018, they introduced a new to visually interact with the Google Assistant. It also gave Google a leg up on Amazon, as an answer to the Echo Show and Echo Spot.
Back at CES 2018, Google had announced something they’re calling Smart Display with the Google Assistant, as essentially their answer to the Amazon Echo Show. One of those Smart Displays was being made by Lenovo.
When I tested Google’s Daydream View headset, I called it one of the best phone-based VR headsets. But the with Google and Lenovo’s collaboration on Mirage Solo, it shows a step in the right direction for the evolution of mobile VR.
Back at CES 2018, Google and Lenovo announced the first standalone Daydream headset, the Mirage Solo as well as the Mirage Camera which allows for capture of content in VR180. Now both devices are available for purchase.