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Lenovo Explorer mixed reality headset

Lenovo unveils five new smart devices

BERLIN, September 3, 2017

Lenovo has announced five new smart devices that unlock the power and potential of intelligent technology today – using artificial intelligence (AI), unleashing smart features and deploying augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR).

With their affordable prices, these devices make transformative technology accessible to mainstream consumers and challenge the conventions of traditional category boundaries. The Lenovo Mirage AR headset, Explorer Mixed Reality headset, Moto X smartphone, Tab 4 Home Assistant and Yoga 920 convertible with special edition models bring you an unmatched number of ways to enjoy a more personalized computing experience, a statement said.

Additionally, the new 12-inch Yoga 720 convertible, Miix 520 detachable, both running Windows 10 and ThinkVision P27u monitor extend the Lenovo line of PC-related devices for even more choice.

Together with Microsoft, Lenovo is building a different type of VR world with the Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality headset with more than 100 VR-ready titles. Lenovo Explorer is designed as a natural, affordable extension of your PC: You can access Microsoft Office suite, browse online or watch shows in a virtual home office environment, play virtual reality (VR) games, explore and discover through holo-tours, and enhance the video-watching experience via 3D, 360-degree and 4K videos. Set it up in just minutes by connecting a cable to your PC.

The New moto x4

The fourth generation moto X has a smarter camera that goes beyond capturing photos. The Landmark Detection feature makes the moto X4 camera your eye to the world – just point the lens at an object, and it will ask if you want to learn about what you’re seeing. Or, spice up your selfies with the Augmented Reality (AR) feature, which lets you add a layer of animations to your photos or videos. The newest moto X4 is also the first of Motorola’s smartphones to feature Amazon Alexa, giving you more options when choosing a mobile digital assistant3.

Lenovo Home Assistant Pack

Alexa makes other devices smarter too, and we’re bringing it first to our tablets. The family-focused Tab 4 Series just got even more versatile thanks to the Alexa-powered Home Assistant Pack. Use your voice to get news, the weather or your calendar, and see it all on the Tab 4’s display.

Yoga 920

The Yoga 920 convertible furthers the journey to a smarter laptop with new smart pen functionality, voice recognition from a distance, 4 mixed reality options, 5 biometric security with Windows Hello, and other tools.

Yoga 920 offers an optional Lenovo Active Pen 2 great for Windows Ink that has 4,096 levels of pen sensitivity for drawing and making notes with no discernible lag. Additionally, voice recognition, a hallmark technology of smartphones and smart speakers, comes to the Yoga 920 with Cortana.

Now it recognizes voice commands in standby mode and from up to 4 meters away3 so you can add items to a shopping list, play music, check the traffic, send a short email, track packages and much more. Cortana even uses AI to learn from its owners, so the Yoga 920 grows smarter over time. It fuses power, such as up to an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, Windows 10 OS and dazzling visuals with a nearly bezel-less 4K IPS touchscreen in a 13.9-inch frame.- TradeArabia News Service




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