Lenovo unveils new Google Assistant powered smart watch

Lenovo announced a new Google Assistant-powered alarm clock, the Smart Watch Essential.  This is an update to the Lenovo Smart Clock, which the company released last year.

 Several companies, including Lenovo, have developed touchscreen smart displays, which can include video chatting, streaming, internet browsing, smart-home controls, and any other function.  Although what it did to isolate the Lenovo Smart Clock did not try to do everything - it was great being an alarm clock.  It offered a wide range of unique clock faces and ringtones, it suggested alarms based on your schedule, you could smack the top to snooze, and the display would slowly turn 30 minutes before your waking time  Provides you ease in the day.  Bus;  It was a good watch.

The Smart Clock Essential seems to be following the same vein - it's clearly a watch with Google Assistant, rather than a smart speaker or smart display.  But Lenovo intends to act as a multipurpose watch for Essentials, and has deflected attention from bedroom facilities.

Lenovo Smart Clock Essentials for Bedroom on Lenovo Smart Clock offers the same hands-free, time-saving feature for the rest of the home, offering complete voice support for the home assistant.

  "LENOVO SMART CLOCK ESSENTIAL EXTENDS builds relationships with people living in the same hands-free, home-from-time period."

The screen is more traditional than its predecessor.  It looks like an old-fashioned LED display, but has some additional information: you'll see time, day, weather, and temperature.  It seems that you lack the fan touchscreen features you would get on a smart watch.

There is also a nightlight built in the back, which can work at night with a USB port for charging devices and a 3W 1.5-inch speaker for playing the tune, as you walk around your home.  The Smart Clock had a similarly sized speaker, and gave surprisingly strong audio for such a small device.  (If you have other Google Assistant and Chromecast speakers, you should be able to group them with the Watch Essentials.)

And, of course, you can use Watch Assistant to do everything that Google Assistant can do, including streaming playlists and podcasts, adding items to your shopping list, making calls, and controlling compatible smart devices  is.

Design-wise, the Smart Clock looks similar to the essential smart watch, with a four-inch screen and a soft gray finish.  Both devices have buttons at the top that you can use to set a timer and control speaker volume if you don't feel like yelling at Google.

The Smart Clock Essential starts at $ 49.99 and should hit shelves sometime in September.  This is a drop from the smart watch, which starts at $ 79.99.

The new device will not be the only voice-assisted watch in the market, but it will certainly be one of the more affordable ones.  Lenovo's lineup of large smart displays is quite expensive, including a 7-inch for $ 99, an 8-inch for $ 149 and a 10-inch for $ 199.

Google's Nest Hub, which has a seven-inch screen and serves as an entertainment hub with YouTube and streaming services, is $ 89.  Amazon's Echo Show 5 is as small and sized as the Smart Clock, but also priced at $ 89.  Even Amazon's 2.5-inch touchscreen Echo Spot, the closest to a straight-to-the-clock in the Echo lineup, is $ 129, though it is often missed.  Budget shoppers can see anything like the $ 49 Google Nest Mini or the $ 59 Echo Dot, but you won't get a screen to display time and other useful stats.  In short: It can be a good tool for its price, although we'll have to see how well it works to make sure.

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