Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant hands on

Remember that rumor of a Google Home with a display? The new Android Things-powered Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant built in might just be the real product behind the rumor. Read the full post: http://andauth.co/LSD

Coming in two versions, with either a 10-inch Full HD panel or an 8-inch HD panel, the Lenovo Smart Display is an obvious competitor to the Amazon Echo Show.

The Lenovo Smart Display is priced at $199/$249 and will go on sale in the summer of 2018.

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  2. Everyone… Don't buy Lenovo! Every product I bought from Lenovo ( 2 laptops, phone and tablet ) dident last longer than a year Max and it stated breaking!

  3. Yup this is redundant.. a table with solid speakers and mics but no battery… Hmm next thing will be a phone to ans your calls on your phone … O wait they already did that too… Hmm that's a bummer

  4. LOL, an "always listening" device from a Chinese company who has been caught repeatedly installing spyware on their laptops. NO THANKS!!!

  5. Fugly. Seriously. Aside from whatever their engineers decided to place internal components, they should have placed the dual speakers on each end. Furthermore, a 5MP camera.. Really? Maybe for 2016 standards.

    Come on, Lenovo. Expected more —

  6. Yet another way to target Ads at you by listening on something other than your phone… And if you think your phone's microphone is not used to track what is heard around it you are already lost…

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