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Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant - Grey was £79.98 now £59.98 delivered @ BT Shop

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Posted 26th Jun
£10 cheaper than AO (£69).


Lenovo Smart Clock is a Smart Clock with the Google Assistant so you can ask it questions and tell it to do things. With a beautiful 4" display, this product delivers delightful, visually assistive - but not intrusive - experiences when you need them the most: in the morning, when you wake up, and later in the evening, when you're ready for sleep. Just start with "Hey Google" to quickly manage daily tasks, view glanceable answers, enjoy music, podcasts and audiobooks, and control your smart home - all hands-free.

Help around the clock
Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant does more than just tell you the time and wake you up. Designed to reduce smartphone screen-time at night, it can help you unwind and sleep better. It can also run your smart home, play your favorite music across your home, manage your schedule, and much more. All hands-free, quickly, and easily. Just say "Hey Google" to get started.

Start your day your way
Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant lets you wake up feeling more rested. As the screen brightness gently increases, you can ease yourself into the day. Set up a Good Morning Routine to bring you the local traffic, news, weather, and sports automatically. And if you need more rest, simply tap the device to snooze or dismiss the alarm.

A smarter home, made simple
Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant works easily and seamlessly with over 10,000 smart home devices, across more than 1,000 different brands. Switch the porch lights off, turn on the espresso machine, or control any product featuring a ‘works with the Google Assistant’ badge—from the comfort of your bed, with just your voice. By making your home smarter, you can save time, too.

Enjoy your favourite tunes, anywhere in the home
Music, podcasts, audiobooks, the radio. Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant lets you listen to what you like, when you like—even as you go from room to room. Group it with smart speakers to hear it across your home. You can also cast videos to your smart TV and music around your home through Chromecast. All you have to do is say the word.

Unwind and recharge
At the end of the day, let Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant help make your life easier. Activate your Good Night Routine to play music, dim the lights, and even lock the doors—without lifting a finger. Receive alarm suggestions according to your schedule or past alarms. You can also recharge your phone via the USB port. Best of all, the 4" screen dims in the dark to give you a better night's sleep.

Designed to complement your home
With its fabric soft-touch cover, the compact Lenovo Smart Clock with the Google Assistant blends perfectly into any room. During the day, when the 4" screen is not in use it showcases the time with a choice of customisable clock faces. And to respect your privacy, there’s a convenient mute button to stop the device from listening.

Technical Specification:

Product Description:
Lenovo Smart Clock - smart display - wireless
Product: Type Smart display
Features: Microphone
Speaker Type: Active
Nominal Output Power: 3 Watt
Max Output Power: 6 Watt
Amplifier: Integrated
Display: LCD - 4 in - 480 x 800 - touch screen
Interfaces: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Intelligent Assistant Compatible: Google Assistant
Streaming Services: Chromecast
Speaker Details: Speaker - mono - 3 Watt - active
Colour: Grey
Dimensions: (WxDxH) 11.39 cm x 7.92 cm x 7.98 cm
Weight: 328 g
Manufacturer Warranty: 1-year warranty

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Be warned the alarm can play one of 6 default sounds (you cant make it waken you up with Spotify). Until they patch this in IMO it's useless.
No use for this at all, but it is a nice design!
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No camera which is good for a bedside device! Any ideas what the power output of the phone charger is?
screen is tiny, pointless for most things, cheaper to get an Echo for lights etc
No use for this at all, but it is a nice design!
If only ot had a decent charger built in. Better still wireless charger.
If a future software update enabled video streaming I would consider this. Otherwise, it seems pretty pointless.
Be warned the alarm can play one of 6 default sounds (you cant make it waken you up with Spotify). Until they patch this in IMO it's useless.
i wonder if the alarm would work if the wifi is off/down ?
Juantootree26/06/2019 23:55

i wonder if the alarm would work if the wifi is off/down ?


You’d hope so as it’s marketed as a clock. Alarms on phones work without network access once the the alarm has been set by voice - as it’s stored on the device. Not sure about my Google Home Mini though - seems to go in an error state with no network access but i’ve never tested it with an alarm.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 27th Jun
Might anyone know if this clock could connect to an external bluetooth speaker for Spotify playback?
"Clock, make me a full English"
Edited by: "AsadP2012" 27th Jun
Is there a xiaomi version?
I need to cut down my screen-time before bed, so I'm going to but a screen, and put it right next to my bed.
Sharpharp26/06/2019 15:20

screen is tiny, pointless for most things, cheaper to get an Echo for …screen is tiny, pointless for most things, cheaper to get an Echo for lights etc


Except the Echo is crap. Your money would be better spent on a Google mini.
Edited by: "R0BUST" 27th Jun
Juantootree26/06/2019 23:55

i wonder if the alarm would work if the wifi is off/down ?


i'm 99.9% certain it would still work with wifi down.
my smart clock might have to go back, it keeps dropping wifi.
When not connected to wifi, it still shows the time, and the alarm set icon is still showing, meaning the alarm is still set to go off.
theimperialdragon27/06/2019 04:24

Might anyone know if this clock could connect to an external bluetooth …Might anyone know if this clock could connect to an external bluetooth speaker for Spotify playback?


why would you want to connect this clock to an external speaker?
This clock has a speaker built in.
Besides, i don't think there is any way of connecting it to an external speaker.
This looks alright. 4" screen not massive, but I think it works as a bedside smart clock.
Wish I hadn't bothered with the Echo Spot and it's "I'm sorry, I'm not able..." attitude.

Display Type: 4" HD+ IPS (800 x 480)
Memory: 1 GB LGDDR3
Hard Drive: 8 GB eMMC
Speaker: 1.5" 3W Full Range Speaker, Peak Power of 6W, with Dual Passive Radiator
Bluetooth Version 4.2
Wireless: 802.11 AC MIMO (2 x 2)

According to PC Mag, this Lenovo smart clock
  • PROS:
Inexpensive. Attractive. Google Assistant works well.
  • CONS:
Poor audio quality. No video playback or photo frame functionality. Little visual information from Google Assistant.
  • BOTTOM LINE:
If you're just looking for an alarm clock with Google Assistant, the Lenovo Smart Clock will satisfy. If you want a smart display with good sound or useful video features, look elsewhere.
Cheers, OP. Seems like a good price. I've got a Google Nest Hub as well so keen to see how they compare. I'm hoping to see a bit more funcitonality on this in the future through softeware updates, however it seems as a smart clock it is quite good for what it is.
I noticed its software its actually open source support.lenovo.com/gb/…701

I wonder if this will eventually gain momentum and someone adds new features to it unnoficially
Ordered thanks OP, low stock 12 left.
jamhole27/06/2019 09:27

why would you want to connect this clock to an external speaker?This clock …why would you want to connect this clock to an external speaker?This clock has a speaker built in.Besides, i don't think there is any way of connecting it to an external speaker.


Maybe because the internal speaker is crap and my Bluetooth speaker is significantly better?
AsadP201227/06/2019 07:03

"Clock, make me a full English"


"... OK... Initialising Brexit... Please wait..."
Looks like 6w speaker vs a google mini 10w (I think), if anyone else was thinking of swapping out a mini
hmm, kinda looks like my Raspberry Pi Pet Project.
They've obviously brought the price down because at £79 the Amazon Show5 launched this week at £79 (or 2 with a £25 discount) is a much better device (unless you really have to have Google/stuck within the Google eco system)

the Lenovo device is referenced several times in this Show5 review:

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Edited by: "shakerstevens" 27th Jun
TopTrump27/06/2019 10:01

This looks alright. 4" screen not massive, but I think it works as a …This looks alright. 4" screen not massive, but I think it works as a bedside smart clock.Wish I hadn't bothered with the Echo Spot and it's "I'm sorry, I'm not able..." attitude.Display Type: 4" HD+ IPS (800 x 480)Memory: 1 GB LGDDR3Hard Drive: 8 GB eMMCSpeaker: 1.5" 3W Full Range Speaker, Peak Power of 6W, with Dual Passive RadiatorBluetooth Version 4.2Wireless: 802.11 AC MIMO (2 x 2)According to PC Mag, this Lenovo smart clockPROS:Inexpensive. Attractive. Google Assistant works well.CONS:Poor audio quality. No video playback or photo frame functionality. Little visual information from Google Assistant.BOTTOM LINE:If you're just looking for an alarm clock with Google Assistant, the Lenovo Smart Clock will satisfy. If you want a smart display with good sound or useful video features, look elsewhere.


Photo frame is a really nice feature, I wouldn't buy it simply because of that. The google mini is a better buy
Looks like it's been taken down
It's not guys, there was a link issue we've just fixed our side. Give it 15 mins and should be showing!


Thanks
BT Shop Team
If it was oled I'd be all over it
So tempted by this but the inability to set an alarm to a specific radio station is an absolute deal breaker for me. Seems an absolutely crazy design choice so I have to assume it’s down to a daft legal music rights issue...?
I have one of these.
Pros... its small, the screen doesn't illuminate the room at night and its bright enough during the day. The voice recognition is good, and the Google Assistant is fast. The USB socket on the back can be used to charge a phone.

Cons.. no 'Continued Conversation' on Google Assistant yet, (so you have to say 'OK Google' between each question / command). THe speaker is fine for speech, but not for prolonged music listening.
The alarm clock works fine, but you can only use it with pre-installed tones at the moment, however you can fire off a Google Assistant routine with it, that can of course include a radio station.

That said, It's a great and very geeky £60 alarm clock and the box is very sexy with a magnetic lid.

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ddub28/06/2019 00:31

I have one of these. Pros... its small, the screen doesn't illuminate the …I have one of these. Pros... its small, the screen doesn't illuminate the room at night and its bright enough during the day. The voice recognition is good, and the Google Assistant is fast. The USB socket on the back can be used to charge a phone.Cons.. no 'Continued Conversation' on Google Assistant yet, (so you have to say 'OK Google' between each question / command). THe speaker is fine for speech, but not for prolonged music listening. The alarm clock works fine, but you can only use it with pre-installed tones at the moment, however you can fire off a Google Assistant routine with it, that can of course include a radio station. That said, It's a great and very geeky £60 alarm clock and the box is very sexy with a magnetic lid. [Image]



Any info on the power output of the USB charger?
ddub28/06/2019 00:31

I have one of these. Pros... its small, the screen doesn't illuminate the …I have one of these. Pros... its small, the screen doesn't illuminate the room at night and its bright enough during the day. The voice recognition is good, and the Google Assistant is fast. The USB socket on the back can be used to charge a phone.Cons.. no 'Continued Conversation' on Google Assistant yet, (so you have to say 'OK Google' between each question / command). THe speaker is fine for speech, but not for prolonged music listening. The alarm clock works fine, but you can only use it with pre-installed tones at the moment, however you can fire off a Google Assistant routine with it, that can of course include a radio station. That said, It's a great and very geeky £60 alarm clock and the box is very sexy with a magnetic lid. [Image]


Hi - thanks for the info, very useful. Re your comments about triggering a radio station with a Google Assistant routine from the alarm, it doesn't appear to be possible if you have the language setting as UK English? The only triggered audio options at the moment appear to be News, Podcast or Audiobook. I'll keep looking but if you have a link to the method of setting the radio station from the alarm Assistant routine that would be most appreciated (I'm basically looking for an excuse to buy this )
More tech-junk we don't need, to clutter up our lives! haha!
Relievo28/06/2019 15:06

More tech-junk we don't need, to clutter up our lives! haha!



Are you my wife?
Relievo28/06/2019 15:06

More tech-junk we don't need, to clutter up our lives! haha!


I've got to agree. What's the expected lifetime of a device like this? A year, or two at most, before software upgrades stop, google assistant changes something at the back end, or someone brings out another device with that one extra feature that's missing from your life. Totally unnecessary. Is it really necessary to keep on buying endless variations on the same theme? Your life won't be better if you buy this!
Joking aside,
I go into my bedroom to sleep. I then wake up and leave the bedroom.

How much time am I going to spend interacting with an alarm clock?

That’s why I bought an over-priced smart phone
dwl9928/06/2019 07:09

Any info on the power output of the USB charger?


5W I think. but cant confirm that. Its fine for overnight charging though I can confirm that!
Crooky28/06/2019 07:43

Hi - thanks for the info, very useful. Re your comments about triggering a …Hi - thanks for the info, very useful. Re your comments about triggering a radio station with a Google Assistant routine from the alarm, it doesn't appear to be possible if you have the language setting as UK English? The only triggered audio options at the moment appear to be News, Podcast or Audiobook. I'll keep looking but if you have a link to the method of setting the radio station from the alarm Assistant routine that would be most appreciated (I'm basically looking for an excuse to buy this )


Ah OK. I have mine set to US English, as I prefer the American accent, which is why it probably works for me.
ddub30/06/2019 17:04

Ah OK. I have mine set to US English, as I prefer the American accent, …Ah OK. I have mine set to US English, as I prefer the American accent, which is why it probably works for me.


Thanks for the reply, that definitely tallies with the info I've read on this so far. I'd be surprised if this isn't added as an update in the future for UK English, seems like pretty basic functionality.
In other news, I ordered one anyway...
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