At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, Lenovo outlined its vision for this year’s technological innovations. The new portfolio of intelligent devices will make reality better, from the pocket to the PC to the home, according to the company.
Virtual reality (VR) gets better with a new take on VR consumption and creation. The Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream headset offers one of the simplest ways of exploring VR experiences to date. The headset brings immersive VR within the reach of mainstream consumers in a stand-alone, fully self-sufficient simple-to-use design. Use the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream to capture life’s memorable moments and then relive them in 3D on the headset. Professionals too can transform their work through Augmented Reality (AR) with Lenovo C220 smart glasses. This monocular, lightweight, hands-free AR hardware and software experience leverages your smartphone’s capabilities to augment service tasks, training, and more.
New Moto Mods
Adding to the Moto Mods ecosystem, Motorola welcomed two new mods made by developers. The Vital Moto Mod features advanced sensor technology which allows you to easily measure your own five vital signs from one Moto Mod-sized integrated device. Use your Moto Z to measure five vital health signs—heart rate, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, core body temperature, and for the first time, accurate systolic and diastolic blood pressure from your finger.
Better together: Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset + Lenovo Mirage Camera
VR is done differently with the Mirage Solo stand-alone VR headset and Mirage VR180 camera from Lenovo, allowing VR-curious crowds to consume and create content in an incredibly seamless way.
This pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera simplifies the technology needed to capture 3D photos and videos with its dual 13 MP fisheye camera and its 180×180° field of view.
Start and end your day smarter with Lenovo Smart Display
Lenovo Smart Display with the Google Assistant built-in makes using technology at home more convenient, intuitive, and shared. Make it the command hub for your connected smart home devices, from lighting to heating and more—controlled with your voice or touch. The Lenovo Smart Display comes in 8-inch or 10-inch screen models and is powered by the Qualcomm Home Hub Platform.
Always on, always connected PC
Lenovo is taking PC mobility up a notch with the Miix 630. It gives users the flexibility and productivity of a Windows 10 S laptop with the always on, always connected mobility of a smartphone. It now relies on fast 4G LTE 2 instead of Wi-Fi, with up to 20 hours of local video playback, with built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile PC platform.
Progressively responsive & smarter: ThinkPad line
The ThinkPad brand continues to redefine the gold standard in laptops for business professionals. Lenovo is adding innovations in displays, privacy, and connectivity across the X1 line to respond to the changing work environment. The company is giving the X1 Tablet a new 13-inch design with 4K display and optional global LTE Advanced connectivity.
When not on the go and looking for more screen real estate, the new Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock lets users connect up to three 4K displays to select Lenovo PCs.