Lenovo To Develope Google Glass Competitor


Lenovo says it is developing a wearable smart glass similar to Google Glass that will have an external battery to be worn on the neck. The device, called C1, will have a five-megapixel camera, voice recognition and gesture control, and around 12GB of internal storage. The price of the new device and details will be available in October.

Lenovo now has two smart glasses in production, the Mission Impossible-type M100 and the Google Glass-like C1. According to the report, the M100 uses Android 4.0.4 and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor. It will first go on sale to developers for 8,000 yuan ($1298) in August or September, but its ultimate target is the business market.

A report in PC World says that 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 wants to partner or even invest in tech companies that work on products beyond its traditional expertise like PCs and smartphones.

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