The smallest Smart Display Assistant ever announced by Lenovo in 2019, and now it’s inherited with the Smart Clock 2 that adds an optional wireless charging stand.
The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is no longer wedge-shaped, but looks like a shrunken Smart Display. It has a 4-inch display with a large cloth-wrapped bezel (available in Abyss Blue, Heather Gray or Shadow Black) on the back. There is a power outlet Next to the microphone switch to turn off “Ok Google”, the only other controls are the volume up and down buttons at the top.
Inside it is powered by a MediaTek MT8167S processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, a far-field microphone array paired with 1.5-inch 3W front-firing speakers. Other specs include 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth® 4.2
The Google Assistant functions (voice commands, smart home control, photos, music, etc.) remain the same. While no front camera is still a feature Even if you really don’t want to make video calls on this LCD monitor.
Of course, the cornerstone of the Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is the wireless charging dock option. You can place the Mini Smart Display on the left side. (via a pogo pin connection) which has an 11 lumens night light. It serves as the raised perimeter of the display.
To the right of the wide charging dock is a charging surface marked with a “plus.” Supported speeds include “fast charging” 10W, 7.5W, and 5W. What’s even more questionable is how Lenovo presents the spec.” MagSafe-compatible magnets. This is likely a reference to the wireless charging system Apple introduced last year and will help align your iPhone to the charging coil.
The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 will be available in September, starting at $89.99.
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