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Lenovo Smart display with Google Assistant built in unveiled at CES 2018

09 January 2018 3

Lenovo and Google have teamed up to unveil a new Lenovo smart display with the Google Assitant built-in at the CES 2018. The new Smart display comes with a vibrant full HD touchscreen display in a sleek design.

The Lenovo Smart Display comes with inbuilt Google assistant which gives you the latest updates on weather, traffic and meeting schedules. You can also do video calling via Google Duo, watch YouTube videos, or enjoy music. The smart display allows you to manage all your smart connected products. You can watch Youtube video tutorials while cooking, or make calls, and much more on the Lenovo smart display.

Google assistant can help you multitask with ease. It can read out your schedule, or give weather and traffic updates while you get ready for work in the morning. The Lenovo Smart display is powered by Qualcomm Home Hub Platform based on the Qualcomm SDA 624 SoC. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The display has 10 W full range speakers and the 2 X 2 Dual Mic arrays which can hear your commands from across the room. It has a 5 MP front-facing camera for video calling, and a dedicated camera shutter button for taking selfies.

The Lenovo smart display is available starting at $199.99 for the 8-inch display and costs $249.99 for the 10-inch display. The 10-inch Lenovo Smart Display will be available in Bamboo color, while the 8-inch model will be available in Grey color. The Lenovo smart display will hit the shelves this summer.



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