Lenovo has outlined its 2018 vision with a new portfolio of intelligent devices spanning the pocket to the PC to the home.
Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset + Lenovo Mirage Camera
The Mirage Solo standalone VR headset and Mirage VR180 camera from Lenovo let users consume and create content in a seamless way.
The standalone Daydream headset, based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VR platform, includes immersive WorldSense motion-tracking technology on Google Daydream’s virtual reality platform. Using WorldSense, users can lean, dodge or duck through space naturally as they move through a large library of magical, reality-defying content.
The Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream lets users create their own VR content on demand. The pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera simplifies the technology needed to capture 3D photos and videos with its dual 13MP fisheye camera and its 180 x 180° field of view.
The Lenovo New Glass C220 system consists of a Glass Unit and Pocket Unit and works by recognising and identifying real-life objects using AI technologies.
The lightweight 60-gram Glass Unit runs on Android, and applies to a variety of work and learning scenarios, from letting users gather information, to giving step-by-step directions and instructions for repair, identifying disabled equipment and trouble-shooting issues.
The New Glass C220 is an AR wearable terminal device which features anti-noise interaction, mobile computing capacity, customized mods and more.
Lenovo NBD AH Cloud 2.0
An enterprise SaaS platform based on AR, AI and big data technology, AH Cloud conforms to the concept of the augmented human, making it ideal for remote industrial maintenance, intelligent command and dispatch,3D diagnosis, intelligent tourism and other fields.
The video communication system is based on Kepler technology including on-to-many two-way video; the workflow management system is based on titan technology, user can build and edit project without programing ability; and the intelligent detection system, based on martin technology, can do real-time object detection for multiple type of objects simultaneously after being trained using images.
Lenovo Smart Display
Lenovo Smart Display with the Google Assistant built-in can be the command hub for connected smart home devices, from lighting to heating and more – controlled with your voice or touch. Google Assistant can be used to show directions on Google Maps, users can watch YouTube videos, video call friends with Google Duo, listen to music and more.
The Lenovo Smart Display comes in 8-inch or 10-inch screen models and is powered by the Qualcomm Home Hub Platform.
Always connected PC
The Miix 630 is a 2-in-1 detachable based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 that marries a Windows 10 S laptop with the always on, always connected mobility of a smartphone.
The Miix 630 is a 15,6 mm thin and weights 1,33kg . It is equipped through Windows 10 S with Cortana, while the Windows Helloo biometric facial recognition offers more secure and convenient log-in.
Fast 4G LTE gives up to 20 hours of local video playback.
Smarter ThinkPad Line
The X1 Tablet has a new 13-in design with 3K display and optional global LTE-A connectivity.
The X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga are now enabled with Amazon Alexa, plus a premium display with support for Dolby Vision HDR and ThinkShutter Camera Privacy.
Lenovo has also added touchscreen models to the 14-inch X1 Carbon, which offer up to 15 hours of battery life.
The X280, X380 Yoga, T480, T480s, T580, L380, L380 Yoga, L480, L580 are all getting upgraded.
The X280 slims down to just 2,56 lbs while the T480 gets new side docking, infrared camera, global LTE-A and 27 hours of battery life. The T480s combines performance and best-in-class weight, while the T580 offers faster memory, dual storage and new docking.
The new Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock lets users connect up to three 4K displays to select Lenovo PCs, simultaneously getting panoramic viewing, a performance boost from discrete graphics and charging their PC.