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Author Topic: CES 2018: Lenovo Smart Display With Google Assistant  (Read 90 times)
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« on: January 11, 2018, 03:16:44 AM »
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Google Assistant machines are a big deal at this yearís CES and those include smart speakers and even some devices that could easily be called tablet-speaker hybrids. One such model blurring the lines is the Lenovo Smart Display, was unveiled at CES 2018.

Itís an 8 or 10-inch machine, which has a lovely wooden back. Thereís a 10-watt speaker integrated, which is one of the main features of the machine and this product also lets you place calls, watch YouTube or perform other productivity tasks. You can cook using recipes shown on the screen and the price is $199 for the 8-inch version or $249 for the 10-inch model.



Inside thereís Qualcomm SDA 624 CPU, which is supposed to be the equal of a high-end smartphone CPU from a few years ago. The chip is part of the Qualcomm Home Hub platform and the Lenovo Smart Display also brings a minimalistic design, with a black and white front and bamboo back. Itíll be available early this summer. The smaller version has a 1280 x 800-pixel resolution, while the bigger one has a 1920 x 1200 pixel res.

They share the same specs otherwise and also have built-in 720p cameras. They also have digital picture frame functionality, WiFi, and Bluetooth of course. Itís interesting to me that you can use the device both vertically and horizontally.









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