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Lenovo Launched Smart Clock 2 with Google Assistant and Wireless Charging Dock


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Both the Lenovo Smart Clock and the Lenovo Smart Clock Essential are stylish alarm clocks with some smart home features. The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is the next in line, which was revealed today by Lenovo.

The best part is that the Google Assistant-enabled Smart Clock 2 will be available with a wireless charging dock that will provide ambient light on the clock's base while docked. Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is manufactured from recyclable, soft-touch fabric and available in three color options, according to the Chinese tech giant.

The device is taller, with a larger fabric chin under the four-inch touchscreen that displays the time, weather, and a slideshow of photographs from Google Photos from the connected smartphone. The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is indeed a smart speaker also

A USB Type-A port is still present on the Lenovo Smart Clock 2. An extra 10W wireless charging dock with a USB Type-A port and an ambient night light is purchasable. Pogo pins connect the dock to the Smart Clock 2. The Smart Clock 2 may be used as a night light, stereo radio, charging pad, and bedside assistant once the dock is connected.

The Smart Clock 2 is equipped with a MediaTek MT8167S processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of inbuilt storage. Lenovo Smart Clock 2 measures 113.48x93.3x71.33mm and weighs 298 grams without the wireless charging dock, making it larger than its predecessors, Lenovo Smart Clock and Lenovo Smart Clock Essential. Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 2.4GHz, and Bluetooth v4.2 are among the connectivity options which are available. A light sensor and an accelerometer are also included.

The Smart Clock 2 is expected to be available in September 2021 for $89.99. It replaces the original Lenovo Smart Clock, although the Smart Clock Essential, which is less expensive, will continue to be available.


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