The system developed by Lenovo and Google allows you to take advantage of the smartphone and tablet camera and the augmented reality to make precise measurements to the millimeter
Las Vegas Many products, but also experiences of use: Lenovo at CES in Las Vegas launches a new line of computers dedicated to gamers, a virtual assistant and two tablets. But among the main innovations, here are the first applications for Phab 2 Pro, the first smartphone (499 euros) that includes Tango, technology that allows augmented reality to be applied to the camera, to navigation, to video games and other programs.
A year after his first demonstration, in short, the system devised by Google finally ready to go. Thanks to the acquisition of 250 thousand measurements per second through motion detection, depth perception and geolocated learning, it allows to see information and objects superimposed on the surrounding environment displayed on the phone display. Lenovo working to exploit this technology in various sectors, from education to shopping, from games to interior design, where you can for example furnish and map an apartment.
Lightness and modality are the references of the ThinkPad X1 Tablet (1,699 euros), which in virtue of particular modules offers an additional autonomy of five hours.
Lenovo also put on display Miix 720:previously announced, a tablet very similar to Microsoft's Surface Pro 4. The keyboard can in fact be disconnected from the display, for a double tablet-notebook use.
8.9mm thick, it has a 12 ?screen with Quad HD resolution, with Intel chips to choose from Core i5, i7 and Kaby Lake, 16GB RAM and SSD up to 1TB. Available in the USA since April, it will arrive in Europe at 1,149 euros.