At the Mobile World Congress event, Lenovo unveiled the Lenovo Smart Clock 2, a new smart alarm clock. It takes the recipe of the first model, changes the design, and adds a support for wirelessly charging another device like a smartphone.
He started again Recipe for the first sample, Its ultra-small format and 4-inch LCD screen. But the design has been completely redesigned. Con is a somewhat triangular or conical feature. The speaker now takes place under the screen, and we end up with a slightly larger device (93.30 x 113.48 x 71.33 mm).
Reminiscent of the overall look of the device Google Nest Hub2 It shares the same business that happens in the bedroom and the presence of Google Assistant to respond to everyday voice requests. There is always a button to turn off the microphone. But this Lenovo Smart Watch 2 comes with a small innovation this year.
Alarm clock, speaker, assistant and now … charger and night light
Knowing that more and more people are sleeping near their phones and needing to charge them, Lenovo had the idea to add a wireless charging pad to its smartwatch 2. It acts as a platform, and you need to place a clock radio parallel to the Qi charging next to your phone, which will be recharged by induction. But there is a USB-A port on the back of the point to connect the charging cable. Even a night light is integrated at the level of the attack area of the clock radio.
Among the notable changes to this new version is Lenovo also announcing an improved speaker for the speaker (3 W). Smart Watch 2 is WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 compatible. Compatible with Google Home, which can manage home connected devices. However, it does not embed the Matter protocol for extreme compatibility with all products and all protocols (such as Apple Home Kit, Samsung Smart Thing, Amazon Alexa).
The Lenovo Smart Watch 2 will be available in gray, blue or black for 89 89.99 in August.
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