The company has introduced a 7-inch Lenovo Smart Display, Lenovo Smart Bulb and Lenovo Smart Camera in the country.
Lenovo has introduced a new range of smart devices for its connected home experience. The company has introduced a 7-inch Lenovo Smart Display, Lenovo Smart Bulb and Lenovo Smart Camera in the country.
To start with Lenovo Smart Display, the device comes with a price tag of Rs 8,999 and it will be available for purchase from on Lenovo.com, Flipkart and across Lenovo Exclusive stores and Croma stores. The device comes loaded 7-inch screen with always-on functionality.
The Smart Display comes loaded Google Assistant and one can control over 5,000 smart home devices from major brands. With the Smart Display, one answer video calls from family, monitor the kids’ room or check who’s at the door through any smart camera connected with the device. It comes with dual-array microphones and a full-range speaker.
Coming to the Smart Bulb, it works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa platforms. The Smart Bulb is plug and play and one can easily operate it through Lenovo Link application. The 9W smart Bulb comes with 800 lumens and it features a lifetime rating of more than 15,000 hours. The bulb connects through 2.4GHz WiFi and it has a colour temperature of 2700 K to 6500 K. One can control colour, temperature and brightness with voice. The company is yet to announce the price and availability of the smart bulb.
Lastly, the company has introduced a new Smart Camera, which comes with a host of interesting features. The company has not revealed the pricing and availability of the Smart Camera. The company claims that the Smart Camera can record in Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution with 30 frames per second.
It comes with a 355-degree field of view from the side to side and 120-degree field of view up and down. It also comes loaded with infrared night vision, which can see a distance of up to 20 meters. The Smart Camera comes loaded with a built-in microphone and speaker, allowing a two-way audio capability. it works well with the Google Assistant as well as Amazon Alexa platforms.
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