The new personal commercial communication tool makes it easier for mobile workers to make voice and video calls from Microsoft teams.
Lenovo on Friday announced the expansion of the ThinkSmart wallet with a new device designed for mobile employees. ThinkSmart View is a personal business communication tool that helps workers communicate easily and responsibly with colleagues, even in public places.
The new ThinkSmart View supports Qualcomm APQ8053 on the SoC system. It is a dedicated screen for making Microsoft team audio and video calls from anywhere.
The screen lets you start a meeting with one touch, and you can pair it with a Bluetooth headset to reduce background noise and improve security. It also comes with a real camera shutter and device lock via a pin for extra security.
The new device should be available this month with the ThinkPad X1 ANC Bluetooth headset starting at $ 349 or $ 449
Lenovo started in the smart office market in 2018 by launching its products from ThinkSmart offices. It was introduced to hardware, software and services, including Smart Office Professional Services, to help customers adopt and implement new interconnected technologies. The company has also designed products to accommodate various integrated communication systems in partnership with Microsoft Team Room and Zoom Room.
Lenovo also announced a new ThinkSmart Manager program on Friday, which helps IT departments manage certain ThinkSmart devices. With software, IT teams can deploy problems remotely across devices, manage, configure, update and resolve them. They can receive real-time status updates on individual devices through the console, as well as reports of problems and usage trends. IT administrators can use software protected by Lenovo Secure Authentication to change the BIOS and remote password admins on ThinkSmart devices and prevent the use of unwanted USB ports.
Lenovo also announced a series of new and updated computers and monitors, including the new Temperature M90a all-in-one desktop (AIO). The device includes a 10th Intel Core processor, a 23.8-inch FHD screen, and Dolby Atmos sound. It comes with ThinkShield security features, while the screen provides privacyguard options to protect sensitive data. It can use software to automatically blur the screen when the user moves away from the screen. The infrared camera is protected with a ThinkShooter to prevent the lens, as well as the option to use biometric login face recognition via Windows Hello.
Meanwhile, the new ThinkVision Creator Extreme is a 27-inch HDR 1000 compatible screen designed for professional content creators. The monitor offers factory-built color accuracy with a 99-percent DCI-P3 color gamut, 100 percent SRG color gamut, and 100 percent BT.709. LED mini-zone 1152s provide high-quality images, while their 10,368 LEDs provide local dynamic dimming.
Next, the ThinkVision T34w-20 offers a 34: 21: 9 1500R curved screen and a USB Type-C cable solution with a resolution of 34: x 1440. Lenovo maintains the display as an alternative to the dual-screen configuration.
Finally, the latest ThinkPad X1 laptop, which will be released later in 2020, will be powered by the system based on the tenth Intel Core vPro processor. It has display options like Dolby Vision or 4K HDR display with a bright 500n FHD PrivacyGuard screen. A new keyboard for the ThinkPad X1 will include the Unified Communications function row row buttons for instant VoIP access.