Lenovo's Smart Clock, the small Google Assistant-equipped smart display announced on CES, will be released on June 2 next month. 9to5Google notes that the device can be pre-ordered from Walmart, Home Depot, and Lenovo's own online store, and will cost $ 79 in the United States, Lenovo said in January.
The Smart Clock is a smaller version of Lenovo's existing Smart Display, which is more for a bedside table than a kitchen worktop. It is equipped with a 4-inch display, which can mainly be used to check the time. However, you can also use the Smart Clock to charge your devices and play music. It also supports Google Assistant routines, so you can take multiple actions with a single voice command. For example, a "bedtime" routine can be used to set an alarm, turn off your Assistant Google light bulbs, and remind you of the first thing in your next day's calendar.