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Lenovo has unveiled a range of Google Assistant-powered smart devices including a new smart displays as well as an "official" launch for two displays that were made available a while back. The company also unveiled a range of smart bulbs, cameras and other IoT-enabled devices that will be announced sometime in 2020.
The 7-inch Lenovo Smart Display is the newest device unveiled by the company. As the name suggests, it features a 7-inch touch screen display. Other features include two 5W speakers with passive radiators and a 2MP camera for video chatting. Of course, it does everything you would expect from a Google Assistant-powered smart device with the added benefit of a display. So users can also view video results. The 10-inch Lenovo Smart Device is pretty much the same, but you get a larger 10-inch display, two 10W speakers, and a 5MP camera.
The Lenovo Smart Clock is the smallest of the three smart devices and sports a 4-inch touch display and two 3W speakers. The device does not come with a camera.
The 7-inch Lenovo Smart Display is priced at Rs 8,999, and will be available via Lenovo.com, Flipkart and across Lenovo Exclusive stores and Croma stores.
Besides the smart displays, Lenovo also unveiled the Lenovo Smart Bulb and the Lenovo Smart Camera. The Smart Bulb allows users to control the brightness, colour and temperature of the bulb via the Lenovo link app or via Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa enabled platforms.
The Lenovo Smart Camera offers a 355-degree field of view from side to side and a 120-degree FoV from top to bottom. It also offers infrared night vision of up to 20 meters. The camera features a built in mic and speaker, so users can use it as in intercom if they so wish. The camera is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa-based platforms.
Prices and availability of both these devices is not yet known, but expect them to launch sometime in Q1, 2020.