What can we Expect from Lenovo at CES 2018?

The CES 2018 is officially underway in Las Vegas. The CES started on January 9th and wraps up on the 12th of January. This year’s show has already revealed a bunch of major changes and announcements for 2018 from some of the biggest names in technology.

There has been a range of ultra-thin laptops, dazzling smartphones and stunning television sets. Lenovo has unwrapped several new products at this year’s show. Here are the latest products from Lenovo.

ThinkPad X1 Tablet

This tablet is part laptop and part canvas. The ThinkPad X1, 3rd generation, was completely redesigned for this year’s unveiling. It should be a formidable contender against the Microsoft Surface.

Lenovo has completely changed the keyboard and bumped up the screen size for this year’s reveal. This ultra-premium laptop features a more substantial 13-inch edge-to-edge display. The ThinkPad X1 also has a detachable keyboard.

The design was improved for this year too. The new ThinkPad X1 features a sleek black-on-black design. The security was enhanced for latest ThinkPad X1. Also, the voice experience was made more responsive. This improved responsiveness makes it easier than ever to wake the device. Similar to last year, there is also a stylus included with this year’s model.  The ThinkPad X1 goes on sale later this month.

Mirage Solo with Daydream

One of the most exciting reveals for this year’s show was the Mirage Solo. This is the world’s very first stand-alone daydream virtual reality headset. It does not require a smartphone or PC to use. It also doesn’t need any extra sensors or wires. Users just put on the headset and experience the world of virtual reality. The Mirage Solo has a massive 5.5-inch display. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It also has 64 GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. The Mirage Solo uses WorldSense to allow users to move around in virtual environments. They can dodge, lean and duck in any number of experiences.

Mirage Camera with Daydream

The Mirage Camera with Daydream is another exciting release at the CES. This camera allows users to capture and relive memories in virtual reality. It is the first virtual reality camera that is built explicitly for YouTube’s new VR 180 standard. It offers images and 3D video in ultra-wide scenes. This camera makes it easy for users to share moments with family and friends through YouTube.

Miix 630

The Miix 630 is a lightning-fast 4G multimedia tablet that runs on Windows 10S. With seamless processing, the mix 6:30 makes it easy to create, connect and share ideas anywhere. The tablet update emails continuously even when it’s in sleep mode. It also includes a digital pen.

ThinkSmart Hub 500

The ThinkSmart Hub 500 is a purpose-built, all-in-one Skype room system that can completely transform business meetings. This compact conferencing solution is easy to set up and simple to use. It is great for businesses as it allows meetings to start faster and it makes it easier for employees to collaborate. There are no individual devices or messy cables that have to be connected. The think Smart Hub 500 also comes with a 360-degree touch screen. The audio is crisp and crystal clear.

Moto Z2 Force

The Moto Z2 Force is one of Lenovo’s most sophisticated phones yet. It is constructed of durable aluminum and offers a shatterproof screen. Insane data speeds and a lightning-fast processor makes the Z2 Force a contender against some of the bigger names in smartphones. The Z2 can also be transformed into a stereo speaker or movie projector simply and quickly.

Lenovo has provided an exact date yet, but products from this year’s show are expected to be released soon.

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