As part of the celebration of CES 2021, Lenovo showed off its first ThinkReality A3 augmented reality (AR) glasses based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 platform and with industrial mounting options for safe and durable use.
It is an AR glasses with 1080p stereoscopic panels that allow the user to present up to 5 virtual screens at the same time. Its 8 MP RGB camera provides 1080p quality video for expert use cases and remote assistance.
Built-in dual fisheye lenses enable large-scale tracking. They are connected to a PC or to some smartphone models (Motorola) via a USB C cable, depending on the needs of each box.
ThinkReality A3 glasses: PC version and industrial edition
The ThinkReality A3 PC Edition connects to a laptop or mobile workstation to allow the user to position multiple large virtual monitors in their field of view and use tools to Software and Windows applications.
Virtual monitors expand visualization to deliver immersive experiences in key industries such as finance, also ensuring high privacy.
For its part, the ThinkReality A3 Industrial Edition model also connects to Motorola mobiles to facilitate hands-free tasks with AR support in complex work environments in the field. ThinkReality software allows you to deploy and manage dedicated applications.
Lenovo’s ThinkReality Platform delivers smart technology for today’s work environments, driven by the growing ThinkReality ecosystem with solutions for Equipment and Software in the cloud to build and deploy mixed reality technologies.
Lenovo AR devices include the ThinkReality A3 smart glasses and the A6 viewfinder. ThinkReality A6 glasses feature a full suite of sensors, expandable memory, waveguide optics with 1080p resolution, and a removable battery.
These glasses are expected to be marketed in the middle of the year in certain selected markets. You can find more information in the
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Pro with OLED pantalla
Likewise, Lenovo also announced at CES 2021 the marketing of one of its most iconic laptops; he Yoga Slim 7i Pro which now has an OLED screen in its configuration, in addition to belonging to the Intel Evo platform.
With a QLED panel produced by Samsung Display, the 14-inch Yoga Slim 7i Pro is available with a screen up to 2.8K and a higher-than-usual refresh rate of 90Hz to reduce lag when shooting. handling the camera. Interface.