Lenovo Says It Is Working On Its Smart-Glass Wearables Aka Google Glasss Rivals

In this technology world there are competitors developing products that are similar to some big makers like Google Glass alternative, Lenovo is reportedly working on its own Google Glass rival. Wearable like smart glass, called it C1, which Lenovo is putting its effort on bringing it with 5-megapixel camera, voice recognition and gesture control and around 12GB of internal storage. Pricing and availability of Lenovo’s device detailed in October!

the Mission Impossible-type M100 and the Google Glass-like C1 are the two smart glass wearables Lenovo working onAlthough it said that Lenovo now has two smart glass in production, the Mission Impossible-Type M100 and the Google Glass-esque C1. As per the record gathered suggests, that the M100 uses Android 4.0.4 and is powered by a 1GHz dual-Core processor. First to go on sale for 8,000 yuan ($1298), available in August or September. Launch to targe the business market!

Note: the word C1 also suggests the LG G3 clone which launched earlier last week as Wico C1. So, don’t be confused about the Lenovo Smart Glass C1.

As per the reports surfaced from PC World, Lenovo is “also looking for partners to help it develop products ranging from wireless routers to air purifiers for its home market of China.” The company wanna partnership or even invest in tech companies that work on products beyond its traditional expertise like PCs and smartphones.

The Senior Vice-President of Lenovo, Chen Xudong quoted as saying, “Right now there are too many devices you can develop for the Internet of Things. It is too rich. Not a single company can do it all.”

In fact to achieve its goal, Lenovo wants to “offer funding, manufacturing, hardware research and other logistical support to partners” with its newly launched NBD platform. Chen also added, “This platform can help them quickly start selling products, and create a supply chain for the market.”

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