At the Consumer Electronics Show 2019, happening in Las Vegas, Lenovo and Google have unveiled the Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant built-in. This is the latest addition to Lenovo’s innovative smart living product line, last year they had announced Smart display with Google Assistant, which was similar to the Google Hub. The Lenovo Smart Clock help users cultivate better sleep habits.
The all new Lenovo Smart Clock is made for the bedroom and helps you unwind in the evening, kickstart your day, control your smart home and listen to your favorite music with multi-room audio grouping. The Lenovo Smart Clock supports voice and also comes with a 4-inch IPS touchscreen to perform tasks that are regularly carried out before and after sleep. It is built with full fabric soft-touch cover and a touch screen and comes with + and – volume buttons at the top. At the rear, it houses the power outlet and a mute switch along with the USB port. The Lenovo Smart Clock serves as an ultimate bedroom companion to cut down on disruptive screen time throughout the evening and help improve your sleep. The Google Assistant makes it easier to set up sleep routines, such as dimming the lights and displaying your first calendar event with just a single command, such as “Hey Google, Good Night.” The Smart Clock also comes with a full-size USB port for convenient charging. You can ask Google Assistant to play some relaxing music or guided meditation, and the Lenovo Smart Clock will play it. Lenovo Smart Clock features a full-range 6W speaker and two passive radiators with Dolby’s latest background noise reduction technology for enhanced radio listening. The multi-room functionality allows you to add Lenovo Smart Clock to a home speaker group and play music, audiobooks, podcasts, and radio across multiple devices in several rooms. The Lenovo Smart Clock also works with Chromecast so you can stream shows and music on your TV or speakers with just a command.
Pricing and Availability
The Lenovo Smart Clock will be available for $79.99 starting spring 2019. (March onwards)
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