Lenovo kicked off its Tech World 2016 event with a bang by showing off a foldable smartphone and tablet that the company has been working on. The company also made a bunch of other announcements such as the world s first consumer Project Tango phablet, the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro and also showed off new smartphones, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force with modular functionality. But along with that, Lenovo also showed off a pair of smart sneakers. Also Read - Lenovo Legion 5 Pro launches with Ryzen 5000 CPU, brings Legion Ultimate Support serviceAlso Read - Best gaming laptops under Rs 1,00,000 in India: MSI GP65 Leopard, Dell G5 and more
Last year, the company offered a glimpse at a pair of kicks that were equipped with unique ability to determine and display the mood of the wearer. Today, the company showed off the Intel-powered sneakers that were presented to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich by Lenovo s CEO Yuanqing Yang. Also Read - Best laptops under Rs 50,000 in India in July 2021: Mi Notebook 14, Acer Aspire 3, more
Details about its specifications and features are scarce at the moment but Lenovo said the shoes were 3D printed according to the wearer’s exact feet dimensions. Keeping the smart connected wearable in mind, the Intel-powered smart shoes will collect fitness data such as number of steps taken, distance walked, calories burned and more. It boasts some built-in gaming functionality with motion tracking and LEDs embedded right within them. Of course, these are only prototypes right now.