Along with the launch of new Yoga PCs and new smart display devices at the IFA 2019, Lenovo also announced a new AR game with Marvel, Q27q and Q24i Monitor, and ThinkVision S28u-10 with 28-inch 4K UHD IPS panel.
Avengers Dimesnio of Heros Lenovo Mirage AR
Lenovo Mirage AR is a smartphone-powered augmented reality that lets you play as iconic heroes and engage in epic battles right in your living room. Lower your headset, raise your controllers and transform into powerful champions facing down nefarious villains. Defend Your Reality in MARVEL Dimension of Heroes. Awaken Your Inner Jedi in Star Wars: Jedi Challenges. Available now on Lenovo Mirage AR.
Following the successful launch of Star Wars Jedi Challenges, Lenovo and Marvel will immerse fans in one of the world’s most beloved superhero franchises with the new MARVEL Dimension of Heroes, available only on Lenovo Mirage AR. This new smartphone-powered augmented reality experience lets players harness the powers of six legendary Marvel Super Heroes in an original story which sees them take on infamous Super Villains standing right before them in their own living rooms. Marvel Hero’s available to play: Thor, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Star-Lord, Dr. Strange, and Black Panther.
Pricing and Availability
$249.99 (17,925 approx.) in the US, available now on Amazon.com and Lenovo.com.
Lenovo Q27q and Q24i Monitor
These two new Lenovo monitors come with an integrated multi-media audio via 2 x 3W speakers. Both are certified to minimize eye fatigue by TÜV Rhineland Eye Comfort standards and designed to provide seamless functionality with connected devices and a cinematic-quality experience, plus a touch of understated style. For PC gamers with AMD GPUs, eliminate image stuttering and screen tearing with Radeon FreeSync technology.
The Lenovo Q27q Monitor is the new premium 27-inch QHD crystal-clear IPS display with ultra-slim 6.9mm profile, wedge base design, and smart ergonomic features. It’s ideal for those who spend long hours on their monitors (e.g. small office or teleworkers, students with multiple device needs, graphic designers) and need an updated plug-and-play monitor that looks attractive with their décor and connects easily while providing visual clarity without causing physical strain.
The Lenovo Q24i Monitor is the new stylish 24-inch FHD, near edgeless display with the amazing clarity of 1920×1080 pixels. And at just 6.9mm it’s truly ultra-slim. Modern tech users who want a contemporary addition to their living room, home study, or even bedroom for late night content streaming, will enjoy this sleek display with excellent image quality that’s a smart value in a gorgeous 23.8-inch package.
The Lenovo ThinkVision S28u-10 is TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Certified with flicker-free technology and reduced reflections. Eyestrain is minimized thanks to the natural low blue light solution engineered to reduce emission without compromising color accuracy, brightness, or power efficiency. Additionally, the quick release tilt stand helps make the monitor flexible to use.
The ThinkVision S28u-10 offers a professional eye-catching display and enhanced connectivity with comfortable user experience. Crystal-clear visuals on the 28-inch 4K UHD IPS panel with vivid colors and bright with greater than 99 percent sRGB and 90 percent DCI-P3 color gamut for impeccable accuracy. The monitor has HDMI 2.0 and a DisplayPort 1.2 that provide improved connectivity required for modern businesses and a 100 x 100 mm VESA Mount makes the ThinkVision S28u-10 deployable in a variety of scenarios.
Lenovo Premium Care
Lenovo’s customer care service is expanding 25 new markets with Lenovo Premium Care, the after-sales customer care services package designed exclusively for consumer PC users when software and/or hardware questions arise that go beyond the basic warranty. Customers can call, email, or chat around the clock, get access to technicians who understand Windows OS and the stress that can be caused by confusing Wi-Fi and printer issues.
Already available in the Asia Pacific, North America, the UK, Italy, France, and other markets, Lenovo is expanding its comprehensive support and troubleshooting services to 36 total geographic markets by the end of 2019. Further European markets include Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Israel, Czech Republic, and Slovakia, as well.