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Lenovo Smart Clock mit Google Assistent – CES 2019

In a sense, Lenovo is double-tracked at this year's CES. While the group shows on the one hand new tablets with Amazon Alexa - whereby the assistant is retrofitted here by dock - there is on the other side a smart clock for your own four walls with the Google Assistant. Lenovo deliberately takes a different route and shows a device for the nightstand or the side board and no smartwatch.

The Smart Clock can be controlled on the one hand via touch, on the other hand also via voice. So you can hear music via "Hey Google", set alarms, check your Smarthome or even check your calendar or your e-mails. The watch offers many features in a comparatively small case and a - spoiler - for me surprisingly low price.

Lenovo Smart Clock with Google Assistant

Let's start with the size. Measuring 11 x 8 x 8 cm, the back-flattening clock features a 4-inch IPS display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. You can operate the watch via your finger. The watch weighs 328 grams.

The processor uses a MediaTek 8167S with 1.5 GHz, for the sound provides a 3W speaker with two passive radiators. There is also a GB of RAM and 8 GB of eMMC storage space. In terms of radio, the Smart Clock has WLAN (Dual Band) and Bluetooth 5.0.

Apart from the front and back with the charging port, gray nylon fabric is used in the case. A particularly important detail at the end: The clock has no camera. Although you can not make video calls, on the other hand, many users prefer this restriction when using a permanently connected box in their own home.

Smart clock for the bedroom
Lenovo's focus is on one room: the bedroom. So the clock should provide better quality of sleep. The press release explains this as follows:

"We have optimized the Lenovo Smart Clock to help users develop better sleep habits. Recent studies have shown that excessive cognitive stimulation through too much screen time at bedtime can fundamentally disrupt our sleep habits. Most of us already know that - but we have all stayed awake for a while to watch a new show on our smartphones or tablets or have scrolled through notifications and emails just before going to bed. One-third of users wakes up in the middle of the night and checks their phone, 10 percent of it is their first move in the morning.

That's why we've developed the Lenovo Smart Clock, which serves as the ultimate bedroom companion to reduce annoying screen time before bed and improve sleep hygiene. The Google Assistant makes it easy to set up sleep routines, such as turning on your devices, dimming lights, and displaying your first calendar event with a single command, such as "Hey Google, Good Night." But do not worry about your phone; we have included a full size USB port for convenient charging. "

Not just for the bedroom
The smart clock should come for $ 79.99 in the spring in the trade. At this price, the watch is an interesting competitor to existing Amazon solutions, offering significant value for a small fee.

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