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At the same time, Lenovo unveiled a new commercial solution focusing on the Internet of Things and AR/VR.
Smallest commercial desktop host
According to Jarry Paradise, vice president of business portfolio and product management at Lenovo IDG, the ultra-thin ThinkCentre M90n is the world's smallest commercial desktop host. The mainframes are only one-third the size of Lenovo's groundbreaking ThinkCentre Tiny, which consumes 30% less electricity than traditional desktops.
The ThinkCentre M90n-1Nano is the smallest form factor in the market, with space-saving and easy-to-manage features that can be mounted behind the monitor, under the table, and on the bookshelf. Customers can easily enable the ThinkCentre Nano with a compatible USB Type-C monitor or Type-C docking station to take advantage of the rich I/O options to meet a variety of business needs.
ThinkCentre M90n-1 Nano IoT is an energy-saving product that uses ultra-quietfanDesign, can work at a wider range of ambient temperature (0 °50 °C), can adapt to high temperature and high vibration environment (such as manufacturing).
As a secure IoT gateway device, the ThinkCentre Nano IoT provides processing and security for IoT devices in the customer environment that require real-time response on the edge side. It enables fast relaying of information between interconnected IoT peripherals, sensors and devices, even in harsh environments, for improved response speed and reliability.
Lenovo also launched a sub-brand ThinkBook for SMB customers. It is understood that ThinkBook is based on customer research and is designed for SME customers who are sensitive to price and design advantages, and provides a variety of services and maintenance guarantees.
The ultra-thin ThinkBook S series are available in 13-inch and 14-inch sizes for enterprise users who have high requirements for safety, reliability, after-sales service and other key indicators, and can satisfy customers' simple style and appearance. Demand while bringing intelligenceMobile phoneThe experience.
For high-end corporate customers, Lenovo launchedThinkPadX1 Extreme second generation product. It uses Intel's ninth-generation Core processor (Core i9) and NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1650 graphics processor and Max-Q design, with 4TB of storage space, double the previous generation.
In addition, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme II also has powerful entertainment features, including the use of Dolby Vision technology for higher brightness.4K OLEDTouch screen, and Dolby Atmos speakers. The new product is 15 inches and is suitable for video, photo editing, graphic production and other work involving large amounts of data and augmented reality or virtual reality applications.
Full-featured AR helmet
In addition to commercial notebooks, Lenovo also launched sub-brand ThinkReality, which provides solutions-based, software- and hardware-based products.
According to reports, ThinkReality is part of Lenovo's intelligent business plan, which enables users to use 3D digital information in the real world to achieve positioning, interaction and collaboration, and improve user's situational awareness and work efficiency. The platform is compatible with a wide range of devices and cloud platforms, making it easy for enterprise customers to span multiple operating systems.cloud serviceAnd devices such as the new ThinkReality A6 use and manage augmented reality, virtual reality software applications.
As the first product in the ThinkReality solution line, the ThinkReality A6 is a portable, flat-looking, hands-free and removable headset with a weight of only 380g (0.83lb) and a diagonal angle of view of 40 °. Monocular resolution 1080p.ThinkReality A 6 is one of the lighter full-function augmented reality headwear devices in the same class at present.
The ThinkReality A6 headset is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile XR in the Android computing box, along with the Intel Movidius Vision Processing Unit (VPU) and the waveguide optics from Lumus, which will be available in the third quarter of 2019.
ThinkIoT focuses on the Internet of Things
In the IoT solution, Lenovo has added customer-proven, enhanced solutions to the ThinkIoT product ecosystem.
It is understood that the ThinkIoT product portfolio includes ThinkCentre Tiny, the new ThinkCentre NanoIoT, EPC300 and other edge computing devices and a range of sensing devices, including high-performance smart cameras, motion-sensing lights, machine vision cash registers, face recognition devices. These devices are capable of quickly acquiring and transmitting information, enabling localized intelligent decisions in marginal areas such as warehouses and showrooms.
From consulting and equipment deployment to helping employees improve their skills and conduct predictive analytics, Lenovo Solution Architects are crafting complex, integrated services, software and devices. The doctor uses the augmented reality glasses to view the X-ray image on the cloud platform; after the warehouse operator picks up the product, the high-performance sensor camera (see below) can identify whether the box product is placed by the QR code on the label within 200 milliseconds. On the appropriate pallet racks – all of this can be done with ThinkIoT's warehouse automation solution.
Automated computer vision cash registers are also of great value to retailers. Currently, the prototype of the product is being tested as a pilot project at Lenovo Beijing Park. This smart retail solution integrates the camera, processor and sensor to allow shop assistants to scan all the items in the store at once, eliminating the need to check barcodes one by one. In addition, it measures all purchased items, provides feedback to suppliers, and has a virtual wallet payment channel.