Already at the CES start line, Lenovo has unveiled several interesting innovations, starting with the new Thinkreality A3 AR glasses for enterprise use. The product also comes with a edition that can be used with a PC or smartphone – although the latter model only supports certain Motorola devices.
The manufacturer has managed to compress the headset into a fairly compact frame, which of course is still much fuller than a field reading glasses. The device has a 1080p display per eye, and the device adjusts the displayed augmented reality content to the environment using two fisheye cameras. A third camera also reached the glasses in the middle, so that the wearer’s point of view can be streamed to external customers and users. In Thinkreality A3, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR1 platform serves.
With the PC edition, the manufacturer would increase the useful workspace, displaying up to five virtual monitors, while the portable mobile variant could be useful when touring the plants. The manufacturer has not yet provided any further details about the product, so its price is not known either, in any case, Lenovo plans to launch the market sometime in mid-2021.
Another interesting feature of the manufacturer is the NEC LaVie Mini, which aims to revitalize the segment of ultra-compact, ultra-compact notebooks, which is now largely neglected by the manufacturers – at least if it ever comes to light, the LaVie Mini is still a Lenovo port device. At the same time, our Nintendo Switch would be a rival on the PC front, as a dedicated game controller can be connected to the device.
The device is truly compact, with a display of just 8 inches and a line of 1920×1200 pixels. There is an optical sensor under the machine’s keyboard instead of a touchpad to move the cursor. The small notebook features an 11th-generation Intel processor and chip maker Xe graphics – which can of course be a bit of a bottleneck in terms of the device’s gamer ambitions.
For the latter, the LaVie Mini folds the keyboard backwards and embeds it with controllers that can be connected to the side of the machine – as we have become accustomed to with the said Switch. With a similar solution, Dell also unveiled the product at last year’s CES with its concept device called “UFO”, while Lenovo also adds a dock that can be connected to a TV or monitor, inspiring Nintendo’s console again. The price or release date for the LaVie Mini is unknown, but it’s an interesting concept that would surely twist the head of users who regain the netbook product category.
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