Lenovo Expands Their Smart Office Portfolio With ThinkSmart View, ThinkSmart Hub 500 and ThinkSmart Edition Tiny
Lenovo announced a few new ThinkSmart products to expand their ever burgeoning smart office portfolio. These include the ThinkSmart View, ThinkSmart Hub 500, and ThinkSmart Edition Tiny.
The ThinkSmart View is a new communications hub that has been designed to meet the needs and demands of the office. It is powered by a Qualcomm APQ8053 SoC and is meant to handle the collaborative and administrative aspects of meetings, freeing up the PC’s resources. ThinkSmart View is also designed to be flexible across a variety of workspaces, including those outside an office. In addition, the intuitive, user-friendly design is easy to deploy.
ThinkSmart Hub 500
The ThinkSmart Hub 500 is an all-in-one video conferencing device that is powered by an Intel vPro processor and features integrated speakers (with built-in Dolby Audio), dual microphones, and a touchscreen control display. Furthermore, it comes with a rotatable touchscreen that lets anyone within arm’s reach take control when in a meeting or video conference.
ThinkSmart Edition Tiny
The ThinkSmart Edition Tiny makes a powerful, reliable, and secure addition to a workplace’s existing Poly ecosystem. It comes bundled with the latest Poly controller and supports Microsoft Teams Rooms for easy collaboration and communication. Packing 9th Gen Intel i5-9600T vPro Processors, the ThinkSmart Edition Tiny comes pre-loaded with Windows 10 IoT for the stability and added security enterprises need from their critical communications devices.
Price and availability
The Lenovo ThinkSmart View, Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500, and Lenovo ThinkSmart Edition Tiny can be ordered through email via the official Lenovo Support below at [email protected]
For more information regarding these or any other Lenovo products, do head over to the official Lenovo website here.
Pokdepinion: I can’t really say much regarding these as our workplace don’t really use these conferencing devices but some of them looks cool, especially the ThinkSmart View.