Smart Shoes


Lenovo Smart Shoes, Image Source: Yugatech

Wired Phones, Mobile Phones, Smart Phones, Smart Watches and now Smart Shoes. Seriously. Lenovo is going to launch trainers with built in screens along with a dual screen smart watch.

These smart shoes with built in screen will be smart enough to track the fitness level of the person wearing them along with the mood of the person. Lenovo is working on innovating new stuff as part of its new project IOT (Internet of Things). In a TechWorld event in Beijing, Lenovo introduced some of its new upcoming gadgets which includes a 3D printer, Super Slim Power Banks and its unique smart watch with dual screen and a smart phone with a built in projector. This is the first smart watch with dual screen helping customers to follow a map, view pictures or watch a video with much larger visuals than any other smart watch in the market.

Another noticeable product at the event was Lenovo’s new smart phone known as Smart Cast with a built in laser projector. Users can project a virtual touch keyboard on a surface and use that keyboard like normal keyboard. This project can be used for projecting pictures and videos or video chat on a wall or any surface.

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