Lenovo Rolls Out New ThinkBooks, ThinkPads, More at Accelerate
… help workers use augmented reality (AR) applications to get assistance, reduce repair times, eliminate errors, streamline complex workflows, improve training quality, collaborate and save money. The ThinkReality A6 is Lenovo’s AR headset, and the first product in the ThinkReality portfolio.
The A6 is a lightweight, heads-up, hands-free mobile head-worn device that can be used to a range of AR solutions. The product weighs less than a pound and offers a 40-degree diagonal field of view with 1080p resolution per eye. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 MobileXR Platform on Android. ThinkReality A6 headset features waveguide optics by Lumus inside an Intel Movidius Vision Processing Unit (VPU).
The ThinkReality platform enables users to pin, interact and collaborate with 3-D digital information in the real world for improved contextual awareness and efficiency. The platform is device and is cloud-agnostic, making it easy for enterprise customers to adopt and manage AR and VR software applications across multiple operating systems, cloud services and devices.
Launched last year, ThinkShield is a fully customizable suite of security-related services, software and hardware capabilities that protect the full life cycle of commercial devices, from development to disposal. This week, Lenovo added the ThinkShield chip, self-healing BIOS and ThinkShield Dark Endpoint Protection.
Lenovo’s ThinkShield portfolio is designed to provide security across all Lenovo Think devices, data centers and emerging solutions. ThinkShield takes a holistic approach to security that focuses on a customer’s four biggest pain points in protecting their data, identity and devices.