Lenovo's smart watch, a small intelligent display equipped with a Google Assistant announced at CES, will be launched next month on June 2. 9to5Google notes that the device is available for pre-order now at Walmart, Home Depot, and Lenovo's own online store, and will cost US $ 79 in the US, according to Lenovo in January.
The smart watch is a smaller version of the existing Lenovo smartphone, which is designed more for bedside tables than for a kitchen counter. There is a four-inch display that will mostly be useful for checking the time, but you can also use Smart Clock to charge your devices and listen to music. It also supports Google Assistant Routines, which allows you to use one voice command to perform multiple actions. For example, a "bedtime" routine can be used to set an alarm, switch off Google's intelligent bulbs, and remind you of the first thing on your calendar for the next day.