CES 2020 | Lenovo wants to help you frame your memories with the 21.5-inch Smart Frame
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Lenovo is leaning heavier into the smart home market this year, and its latest product announcement is charting new territory for the OEM. The Lenovo Smart Frame is a large 21.5-inch digital photo frame that can sync to your Google Photos account and display your snapshots in a modern way.
The Smart Frame features a 21.5-inch 1920x1080 IPS display with an anti-glare coating. The frame is powered by a MediaTek 8167s and runs Android AOSP 10.0, essentially making it a photo-centric wall-mounted Android tablet. The Smart Frame can sync with a user’s Google Photos account to display pictures. According to Lenovo, the Smart Frame leverages A.I. to curate a photo slideshow and “automatically compose them.”
The frame features a rotating snap-on mount that organizes the cables needed to power the device. This allows users to orient the Smart Frame in either landscape or portrait in a snap. The Smart Frame also boasts two 2 Watt speakers for movies and a single microphone, likely to interact with the Google Assistant. The frame also has built-in gesture sensors; G, P, and L sensors; and an RGB sensor for ambient light detection.
The Lenovo Smart Frame will be available in August 2020 in a variety of materials to match the decor of a home. Pricing starts at US $399.