Lenovo unveiled new laptops and slim AR lenses at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in a digital-only edition. The AR specs can be connected to a PC or a Motorola smartphone via a USB Type-C cable. For now, Lenovo has introduced the device for business customers only. In the middle of this year, the company will release 3 smart glasses in selected markets around the world.
John Parske, vice president of Lenovo’s Emerging Business and Strategy Smart Devices Group, said that while employees work virtually or provide remote support, in all cases, employee capabilities will be further improved. The ThinkReality A3PC version can be connected to a laptop or mobile workstation and can be used with virtually multiple monitors. This version can be used by Windows software.
On the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show, the popular multinational company Lenovo Yoga released an upgraded version of the CMI Pro. This new LED display laptop has the latest Intel Core processor, Intel Iris G graphics, Dolby Vision HDR support, refresh rate 90 Hz and many more functions. Lenovo’s new laptop has a Samsung LED display with a 14-inch 16:10 screen ratio. It has a screen resolution of 2600 x 1800 pixels and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The laptop’s LCD panel has a chrominance (or chroma) attribute that magnifies the screen 1.25 times and helps provide a high color frequency. and saturation levels.
This laptop has an 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor. The laptop comes with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of PCI SSD storage. The laptop is expected to begin shipping in Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and North America later this year.
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