Lenovo launches slew of intelligent devices at CES 2018

By Anuj Sharma - January 10, 2018
The new devices launched include Mirage Solo virtual reality (VR) headset, Miix 630 2-in-2 PC and a revamped ThinkPad X1 Line.

China’s Lenovo has introduced a new portfolio of intelligent devices that will make reality better, from the pocket to the PC to the home. The new devices launched include Mirage Solo virtual reality (VR) headset, Miix 630 2-in-2 PC and a revamped ThinkPad X1 Line.

Based on Snapdragon 835, the Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream headset brings immersive VR within the reach of mainstream consumers in a standalone, fully self-sufficient simple-to-use design. Users can use 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, light weight, hands free AR hardware and software experience leverages your smartphone’s capabilities to augment service tasks, training and more.

The always connected Miix 630 2-in-1 detachable now gives you the mobility of a smartphone with LTE and up to 20 hours of battery life with the full performance and the productivity of a Windows 10 S PC.

The revamped ThinkPad brand introduced at CES 2018 continues to redefine the gold standard in laptops for business professionals. The company has now added innovations in displays, privacy and connectivity across the X1 line to respond to the changing work environment.

“We’re giving the X1 tablet a new 13-in design with 3K display and optional global LTE-A connectivity. On the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga we’re enabling Amazon Alexa and adding a premium display with support for Dolby Vision HDR for unbelievable viewing and ThinkShutter Camera Privacy - no more sticky note covers needed. We’ve also added touchscreen models to the X1 Carbon – giving users even more to love about the world’s lightest 14-in business laptop – plus up to 15 hours of battery life,” the company said.

Across the brand, the X280, X380 Yoga, T480, T480s, T580, L380, L380 Yoga, L480, L580 are getting upgraded.

Adding to the Moto Mods ecosystem, Lenovo-owned 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 Ox, core body temperature, and for the first time, accurate systolic and diastolic blood pressure from your finger.

The Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod gives you a full QWERTY slider keyboard and lets you tilt your moto z screen up to 60 degrees for the times when a touch screen can’t handle your typing needs. For developers inspired by the Moto Mods platform, Motorola and Indiegogo also re-launched the Transform the Smartphone Challenge, offering an opportunity to bring great ideas from concept to market.

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