Lenovo Unveils Enterprise-Focused ThinkReality A3 Smart Glasses at CES 2021

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The company will be offering the ThinkReality A3 in a standard PC Edition for virtual monitors where it can be connected to a laptop or a mobile workstation to enable users to position multiple, large virtual monitors in their field of view. Lenovo says the smart glasses cater to professionals in industries such as finance, architecture, and engineering and those who may be working in a place where space is limited and privacy is important.

"The smart glasses are part of a comprehensive integrated digital solution from Lenovo", Pershke said in a statement.

Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses will be available in select markets worldwide starting mid-2021; considering they are meant for enterprise use, a consumer price point was not announced. Featuring an 8 megapixel RGB camera, these glasses will provide the user with a 1080p resolution. These displays can be 3D visuals, Augmented Reality (AR) assisted workflows or virtual monitors for your desktop windows. Made for PC or select Motorola smartphones, the high-end AR smart glasses aim for increased efficiency in the workplace, adopting new technologies for smart collaboration, smoother workflows and lower downtimes, with the ability to project up to five customisable virtual monitors at once.

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Lenovo has also confirmed that the PC edition of the ThinkReality A3 AR glasses are optimized to work well with the Lenovo ThinkPad series of laptops, powered by either an Intel or an AMD processor.

Meanwhile, ThinkReality A3 Industrial Edition can be tethered to specific Motorola smartphones for AR-based and hands-free tasks in complex work environments. The smart glasses are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 SoC.

As a platform, the ThinkReality A3 can be used both in the office in front of a computer and on the factory floor as a mobile device. Lenovo has introduced its A3 lightweight smart glasses. With its cloud-agnostic ecosystem of hardware and software solutions, enterprises have more choices in building and deploying mixed reality technologies to improve business. You'll quickly notice that this smart glass is a lot smaller than VR and AR headsets. VR use cases in the enterprise are rapidly expanding from training and simulations to immersive experiences for sales and marketing, as well as other applications.


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