CES: Lenovo Showcased New Devices
At CES 2018, Lenovo outlined its 2018 vision for technology innovations. The new portfolio consist of many intelligent devices for various uses, from the pocket to the PC to the home.
The Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream headset brings immersive VR within the reach of mainstream consumers. Mirage Camera with Daydream can capture memorable moments and consumers can relive them in 3D on the headset. Professionals too can transform their work through AR with C220 smart glasses. This monocular, light weight, hands free AR hardware and software experience leverages smartphone’s capabilities to augment service tasks, training and more.
Chinese company also presented their Smart Display that has the Google Assistant built-in. They have also refreshed laptop portfolio. Miix 630 2-in-1 detachable gives customers the mobility of a smartphone with LTE and up to 20 hours of battery local video playback with the performance and the productivity of a Windows 10 PC. ThinkPad ups its game with a revamped X1 line and customer-centric innovations on the X, T and L Series. Lenovo has also upgraded migration tools, bringing users an easier way to migrate files and settings from one PC to another, identify secure Wi-Fi networks and get PC diagnostics and support through one app with Vantage software included on their Windows 10 PCs.
Adding to the Moto Mods ecosystem, Motorola welcomed two new mods made by developers. The Vital Moto Mod features advanced sensor technology which allows easy measuring vital health signs: heart rate, respiratory rate, Pulse Ox, core body temperature, and accurate systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod brings a full QWERTY slider keyboard.