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Lenovo launches new Range of Smart home Devices

Lenovo launches new Range of Smart home Devices :- Lenovo which is best known for its PCs, laptops, and computing products are now stepping in to the market of smart devices. The company has launched a range of new smart home devices, including a smart display, smart bulb, and smart camera, expanding its IoT portfolio in India. While the price of the Smart Display 7 is Rs. 8,999, the other two products will have pricing and availability announced in the coming weeks. The three products make use of Google Assistant to offer smart home connectivity and remote functionality.

Lenovo Smart Display 7

The first product i.e. the Lenovo Smart Display 7 allows users to control over 5,000 smart home devices using Google Assistant. It is available in 10-inch and 7-inch size and priced at INR 8,999. Apart from response through voice, courtesy to the display due to which the system will also be able to show relevant information on the screen, such as music album art, navigation and maps, weather, and the news, among others.

The display on the Lenovo Smart Display 7 is smaller than on the Rs. 14,999 Smart Display, with the speaker sitting below the screen. The product will be available on lenovo.com, Flipkart, and at Croma and Lenovo exclusive stores across the country.

Lenovo Smart Bulb

The second product i.e. the Lenovo Smart Bulb can be by voice or remotely through Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and allows for adjusting the brightness, colour, and temperature. The plug-and-play smart bulb is expected to be available soon.

The third and last product i.e. the Lenovo Smart Camera is a home security camera with 355-degree FOV, 120 degrees up and down scanning area, and infrared night vision that can scan up to a distance of 20 meters. It comes with built-in mic and speaker along with two-way audio capability.

Smart Camera Launched in India

With the built-in microphone and speakers, the Lenovo Smart Camera can be used as a child-monitor from a remote location. Just like the smart bulb, it works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Pricing and availability are yet to be announced.