Lenovo is heading down the augmented reality and virtual reality with a number of its new products debuted at this year’s CES.
Lenovo has stepped in to the VR world with the new Mirage Solo headset and Mirage VR189 camera. Lenovo says this is the world’s first standalone Daydream headset and fitted with WorldSense motion-tracking technology on Google’s VR platform.
With worldsense, users can lean, dodge or duck through an array of content. Based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VR platform, users can make games lifelike with the wireless daydream controller.
With the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream users can create their own VR content. This small point-and-shoot camera simplifies the technology needed to capture 3D photos and videos with its dual 13MP fisheye camera and 180×180 degree field of view. It comes equipped with Qualcomm Connected Camera Platform featuring high-quality dual-cameras, built-in Wi-Fi and X9 LTE cellular modem in the LTE version.
Built on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile Mobile PC platform, the Miix 630 is a 15.6 mm thin and 1.33kg light mobile companion. People can use their voice to access the personal digital assistant and use Windows Hello biometric facial recognition for more secure and convenient log-in.
It has 20 hours of local video playback.
For its ThinkPad line, Lenovo has upped security, display and connectivity throughout its X1 line. The X1 tablet is 13-inch with 3K display and LTE-A connectivity. The X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga is enabled with Amazon Alexa and a display able to support Dolby Vision HDR and ThinkShutter Camera Privacy.
The X1 Carbon is also touchscreen.
Click here to read our in-depth piece on the new ThinkPad line.