Digital technology has rapidly changed in last couple of years. Online task management, in particular became much easier with the advent of digital assistance technologies. Alexa—the remarkable voice powering Amazon Echo smart speakers had seen quite a lot success last years. Taking inspiration from Amazon and Google Home’s audio assistance feature, several companies have built their own replicas. However, Lenovo has been the most successful out of the entire lot. From Alexa integration to copying form factor, the company has reproduced Amazon’s technology for Lenovo smart speaker.
Lenovo hasn’t had much experience in smart digital assistance, especially in case of audio devices. The Lenovo smart speaker is its first foray in this sector. While we’ve already seen Alexa perform wonders with its voice, Harman Kardon’s advanced hardware makes it more appealing.
Quick Features of Lenovo Smart Speakers
Lenovo’s smart speakers are cylindrical, tower shaped with a flat grille at the bottom, much like Amazon Eco.
- Volume Control:
This powerful speaker is furnished with a control panel, volume buttons and about 8 360 degrees far-field microscopes. They can easily cut out noise interference and pick up voices within the range of 5 meter. Additionally, there’s a 10w woofer and a 5W tweeter to go with it.
The built-in Alexa assistant acts on your command. It can control smart homes, communicated with different services and answer your commands.
The device can connect with other devices via Wi-Fi or an in-built Bluetooth. Lenovo’s Alexa follows the same script as Amazon. You can easily control it via Alexa app.
What’s so Unique about Lenovo Smart Speakers?
Apart from a prompt voice assistant at your beck and call, the device offers you beautiful upgraded designs and better soundscapes, compared to other versions available in the market. The monolith shape is definitely an improvement. Acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression help you command it in a noisy room.
The best part is they come in beautiful shades of green, orange and grey and costs just $129.99 for a normal version. The superior Harman-Kardon approved pieces come at #179.99.
The amazing Lenovo smart speakers will hit the international markets in May 2017. It’s entry is likely to cause some turbulence in the market as it already seems a better option that other speakers at present.