Of course, Google’s Assistant brings all of its useful and fun features, such as smart home control, your daily schedule run-down, and news briefings. With the addition of a display, though, such information is complimented with visual aids, showing your routes traffic conditions, or video news briefings from YouTube, for instance.
The Lenovo Smart Display also has a camera, which has a physical lens cover, to be used for intercom communication, video feeds facilitated through Nest, or likely other Wi-Fi cameras, and even video calls carried out through Google Duo integration.
Lenovo is aiming to make Smart Display your all-in-one in-home entertainment/assistant device. Priced at $249.99 for the 10-inch, and $199.99 for the 8-inch model, Lenovo Smart Display is expected to be available in the summer of 2018.