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If you have a Google Assistant-backed Smart Display, but have been envious of the Continued Conversation feature available to standalone Google Home speakers, your moment in the sun has arrived. Google announced today that the handy feature is rolling out today to the Google Home Hub and other devices like the Lenovo Smart Display. For those not in the know, Continued Conversation mode allows you to make an initial request, then keep hitting your AI assistant with follow-up questions without repeatedly having to say “OK, Google” for a set period of time. This not only allows for a more conversational and less robotic interactions with a device like the Google Home... Read more...
The Lenovo Smart Display (read the HotHardware review here) may have been one of the first true Google Assistant-based devices with a large touch display attached, but the new kid on the block is the Google Home Hub. Google's 7-inch device has garnered quite a bit of attention over the past few weeks for its sleek Home View, full integration with the Nest Hello Doorbell (among other perks) and its relatively low price. Today, we're learning that Lenovo is bringing some of that same Google Home Hub functionality to its own Smart Displays. New features that are being added to the 8- and 10-inch Lenovo Smart Displays include multi-room audio, which allows you to blast music... Read more...
Way back in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, Lenovo announced its Smart Display family. The Smart Displays take the concept of the Google Home or Google Home Mini and add a touch screen into the mix. Lenovo and Google announced today that the Smart Display will be available in U.S. retail locations and online stores starting this weekend. The Lenovo Smart Display is available in two screen sizes: 8-inches or 10-inches with HD resolutions. Looking at the devices, you wouldn't be out of line to say that it's a Google Assistant-backed alternative to the Amazon Echo Show.  Given that it leverages the Android Things Platform with Google Assistant, you'll be able to... Read more...
Back in early December, Qualcomm officially launched its Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC Platform for always-connected Window 10 PCs. Not only do all of these ultra-light notebooks and 2-in-1 convertibles feature full x86 emulation in Windows 10 and Snapdragon X16 gigabit-class LTE modems, but they also promise battery life in the 20+ hour range. Lenovo is the latest OEM to embrace Qualcomm's platform with the all-new Miix 630. The Miix 630 is a detachable convertible running Windows 10 S. Given that the fanless system has a Snapdragon 835 onboard, an Adreno 540 GPU is handling all the graphics duties. The system can be had with either 4GB or 8GB of memory, and will be available with internal storage... Read more...