Take A Step Into The Future With The Lenovo CES 2018 Lineup

CES is the go-to event for all things innovative in the tech industry, and this year’s CES is no different. Lenovo definitely stepped up to the plate, as it outlined its 2018 vision for technology innovation. The Lenovo CES 2018 lineup is a portfolio of intelligent devices that look to make your reality better, from the pocket to the PC to the home. Whether its with virtual reality (VR) or with artificial intelligence (AI),

Lenovo Mirage: A Mirage Outside The Desert, Right In Your Home

Woman using Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset

VR gets even better with a new take on VR consumption and creation. The Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset brings immersive VR experiences to the masses. With a standalone, fully self-sufficient and intuitive design, the Lenovo Mirage Camera allows you to let your imagination go wild.

Woman using Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset to experience memory

With the Lenovo Mirage, you don’t have to worry about wires, PCs, or phones. Just immerse yourself into the virtual experience! You can use the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream to capture a memorable moment in life, and then play it back in 3D on the headset. Birthdays, proposals, the day you got your first puppy. Now you can relive all these memories over and over again! You can even upload these photos and videos into your personal Google and YouTube accounts, as well as share them with others.

Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Headset

Professionals aren’t left out of the game either. You can combine the Lenovo Mirage with Lenovo C220 smart glasses to transform your work into augmented reality (AR). Whether its service tasks, presentations, or creative work, the Lenovo Mirage is ready to take things to the next level with you.

Lenovo New Glass C220: One Foot In Each Reality

The Lenovo New Glass C220 is an AR wearable terminal device which features anti-noise interaction, mobile computing capacity, customized mods, and more. Its system consists of a Glass Unit and Pocket Unit. It works by recognizing and identifying real-life objects using AI technology, and runs on Android. When you don it, you can experience AR through one eye, while keeping the other solidly fixed on the real world.

With it, you can gather information in your field of view, very much like a video game HUD or like they do in sci-fi movies and TV shows. Except that for now, the information is much more practical for now. Things like identifying disabled equipment, and then troubleshooting issues with a remote colleague all while keeping your hands free.

Lenovo Smart Display: Let Your Home Do The Thinking For You

Lenovo Smart display with TV in background

Ever get back home after a long day and just wish you could have all your daily routine done without, you know. You actually having to do it? With the Lenovo Smart Display and Google Assistant built in, you’re one step closer to getting that life!

Make your Lenovo Smart display the command hub for your connected smart home devices, from lighting to heating and more. Use Google Assistant to show you directions on Google Maps, watch YouTube videos, video call your friends, listen to music and more! The best part is, you can do all this with voice commands. Hands free future, here you come!

For more details on these innovations, as well as on the full range of the Lenovo CES 2018 lineup, check out the official site.