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 in December, Lenovo announced that new content from Star Wars: The Last Jedi would be coming to Star Wars: Jedi Challenges,and now it’s officially available.
It seems like Motorola’s phone lineup for 2018 has just leaked out.
Google and Lenovo announced the first details of their upcoming Daydream standalone headset, the Mirage Solo as well as a VR180 camera.
Lenovo has announced that they’re teaming up with Google to create the Lenovo Smart Display, which has the Google Assistant built-in.
Google has announced what’s to come this year from the Google Assistant, the biggest being that it’ll be coming to smart displays (a la Echo Show) and more.
Dell isn’t the only one refreshing their laptops, Lenovo has announced their latest ThinkPad lineup for 2018.
All of the new ThinkPad models have USB-C ports for charging.
Even though HTC may have cancelled their standalone Daydream headset, Lenovo appears to be is still working on theirs.
I wouldn’t consider myself a hardcore Star Wars fan but I would consider myself enough of a fan that I’ve bought Star Wars related merch and toys such as a Millennium Falcon canvas print, Funko Pop and even a Sphero BB-8. I’m also a huge fan of technology, so when I heard about Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, it immediately piqued my interests.
Star Wars Jedi Challenges is a phone-based augmented reality experience that allows you to become immersed in the world of Star Wars. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it’s one of the best augmented reality experiences I’ve tried.