Lenovo X Google Smart Clock

Jan 22, 2019

Category: Tech

Lenovo’s ingenious line of smart living products has a shiny new addition to help you rise ready for the day and unwind at night. With the help of Google, Lenovo has unveiled their new Smart Clock, providing you with complete bedside support.

Lenovo’s Smart Clock was built to improve your sleeping habits, helping you cut out distracting screen-time with the help of Google Assistant to easily set sleep and wake-up routines. With this convenient smart device, you’ll be able to perform a variety of tasks, including dimming the lights, displaying calendar events, charging your iPhone, checking your security camera, and much more. The Smart Clock also houses a 6W speaker and two passive radiators complete with advanced background noise reduction technology for clear radio tunes. You can even add the device to a home speaker group and play music, podcasts, audiobooks, and more across several rooms. The voice-controlled compact smart device has a four-inch IPS touchscreen along with a soft fabric cover to blend in with your home decor. You can expect the Smart Clock to go on sale this spring.

Purchase: $80

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