Lenovo wants to fix the central problem with any office ecosystem: teleconference calls. One of the major pain-points with teleconference calls are the hard-to-hear remote callers and flaky audio throughout the entire call. With its new ThinkSmart Hub 700, Lenovo wants to fix this very issue affecting companies around the world. Also Read - The Lenovo Legion will have a smooth 144Hz refresh rate screen
Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 700 is a flying saucer-shaped mini PC that wants to act as the central device for office chats. Lenovo says ThinkSmart Hub 700 can deliver a big boost in audio quality and will enhance your Skype conference calls using the four-speaker Dolby audio system. In addition to boosting the audio performance, the Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 700 can also help when you are ready to make a presentation. Also Read - Lenovo Legion gaming phone to launch on July 22 with Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC
“Lenovo is committed to invest and become a leader in smart office technology and help define these collaborative workspaces through innovative solutions that solve customer problems. The ThinkSmart Hub portfolio is a major step in driving better employee engagement and enabling smarter business,” said Christian Teismann, Senior VP and GM, Lenovo Commercial Business Segment. Also Read - Xiaomi Mi Notebook launch in India paves way for Honor and Huawei to follow suit
The ThinkSmart Hub 700 acts as a simple pass-through for a single device and it is equipped with collaborative mode that helps multiple workers to share their charts and slideshows. Like the new Cortana speaker Microsoft demoed at Build 2018 last month, the ThinkSmart Hub 700 also comes with embedded with sensors that can detect people in the room and easily pair their devices.
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Lenovo has not revealed the price for the ThinkSmart Hub 700 but it is safe to assume that it will be aligned with the budget of most enterprise customers. The bigger question for enterprise would be whether it is enough to fix the problem with conference calls and will this device get their employees excited about the next closed-door meeting.