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Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant - 8" Screen at Lenovo for £71.10
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Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant - 8" Screen at Lenovo for £71.10

£71.10£179.9960%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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This is already on offer, but if you register to the newsletter you can get it for £71.10 as you don't need to use the BLACKFRIDAY code to get the sale price as it is. You get a 10% off code when you register to newsletter

Lots of great reviews for this including
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tomsguide.com/us/…tml
t3.com/rev…een

4.6/5 from 66 AO reviews too.



Key Features
  • Voice-controlled smart clock for your bedside
  • Google Assistant - ask questions, set reminders & more
  • Play music from popular streaming services
  • Control other smart devices in your home
  • Touchscreen for even greater control of your smart home

Product OverviewThis smart clock from Lenovo can do a whole lot more than set alarms and tell the time. Using your voice, you can ask the built-in Google Assistant to run-through your calendar, tell you your commute time or let you know what the weather’s going to be like for the day. Plus, it’ll play music from streaming services, such as Spotify and YouTube Music, so you can start your morning in the best mood. It’ll even control other devices around your home, letting you lock the doors or turn off the lights from your bed. It has a touchscreen too, so you can still tap the snooze button for an extra 5 minutes in bed.
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26 Comments
I bought these last year,very good product.
I have 4 of these and think there great.
Voted hot, decent price!. Not sure how these compare with Echo 8, considering the price now, I think I prefer the Echo.
By the way, how is this £71? Link takes you to £159. BLACKFRIDAY coupon does not work on this deal, also, as far as I am aware if you sign you get 10% off, so how is this coming down to £71?
I have this bought from ao.com for about £45 from the eBay store, I’m not sure if it’s worth it.
We have two of these in our house (AO deal for £49 each). After few weeks the novelty wore off and they are now just a glorified alarm clocks
sheffield78802/12/2019 00:27

By the way, how is this £71? Link takes you to £159. BLACKFRIDAY coupon d …By the way, how is this £71? Link takes you to £159. BLACKFRIDAY coupon does not work on this deal, also, as far as I am aware if you sign you get 10% off, so how is this coming down to £71?


Ahh must be expired now. You can still get it on ao for 79
We have one of this in the kitchen bought for 50 during an Ao deal. Highly recommend it.
I believe is the cheapest you can get with a camera if you care.
spinach_pie02/12/2019 10:03

Ahh must be expired now. You can still get it on ao for 79


Thanks! I know, at AO are the cheapest at the moment, in fact over the past month they were the cheapest there.
Your deal may be expired now, but if the price you mentioned was correct, the deal didn't last long, I've checked 15 min after you posted and could not get it anywhere near this price.
theprofinuk02/12/2019 10:10

We have one of this in the kitchen bought for 50 during an Ao deal. Highly …We have one of this in the kitchen bought for 50 during an Ao deal. Highly recommend it.I believe is the cheapest you can get with a camera if you care.


I think both, Amazon Echo Show 8 and Facebook Portal 8 are the cheapest now, not with camera at £59 each.
sheffield78802/12/2019 10:16

I think both, Amazon Echo Show 8 and Facebook Portal 8 are the cheapest …I think both, Amazon Echo Show 8 and Facebook Portal 8 are the cheapest now, not with camera at £59 each.


Agreed this is why I put the with a camera if you care delimiter.

Funnily you can see also the flaws in the implementation of the Google assistant. It tells me weather with Celsius, but if I ask the weather the day after it tells me in Fahrenheit.

It gets totally confused if you ask for an Italian song with the correct accent and not an americanised accent etc
sheffield78802/12/2019 10:14

Thanks! I know, at AO are the cheapest at the moment, in fact over the …Thanks! I know, at AO are the cheapest at the moment, in fact over the past month they were the cheapest there.Your deal may be expired now, but if the price you mentioned was correct, the deal didn't last long, I've checked 15 min after you posted and could not get it anywhere near this price.


Might have expired at midnight. I ordered one at 71.10, hope it's decent. Has good reviews so hopefully all good
theprofinuk02/12/2019 10:21

Agreed this is why I put the with a camera if you care delimiter. Funnily …Agreed this is why I put the with a camera if you care delimiter. Funnily you can see also the flaws in the implementation of the Google assistant. It tells me weather with Celsius, but if I ask the weather the day after it tells me in Fahrenheit. It gets totally confused if you ask for an Italian song with the correct accent and not an americanised accent etc


Alexa does the same. My kids like a Spanish song 'Dame to cosita' or something like this. Alexa recognises it, but calls it 'Daime' not 'Dame' .
What you mentioned about Celsius and Fahrenheit is really stupid, would drive me insane. In the same time Alexa tells me the weather today is in between 5 and 18 Celsius, so still have no clue if I should wear a T-shirt or a winter jacket
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Dec 2019
sheffield78802/12/2019 11:01

Alexa does the same. My kids like a Spanish song 'Dame to cosita' or … Alexa does the same. My kids like a Spanish song 'Dame to cosita' or something like this. Alexa recognises it, but calls it 'Daime' not 'Dame' . What you mentioned about Celsius and Fahrenheit is really stupid, would drive me insane. In the same time Alexa tells me the weather today is in between 5 and 18 Celsius, so still have no clue if I should wear a T-shirt or a winter jacket


Look out the window?
Bought 3 of these when they were £47 each. Great little units. Good for video calling. I think they are great but would never pay full price for them.
Mildly annoying, I paid 79 quid last night on the same site.
Rickardo02/12/2019 11:23

Look out the window?


Yep, because the weather in The UK is so predictable .
sheffield78802/12/2019 11:01

Alexa does the same. My kids like a Spanish song 'Dame to cosita' or … Alexa does the same. My kids like a Spanish song 'Dame to cosita' or something like this. Alexa recognises it, but calls it 'Daime' not 'Dame' . What you mentioned about Celsius and Fahrenheit is really stupid, would drive me insane. In the same time Alexa tells me the weather today is in between 5 and 18 Celsius, so still have no clue if I should wear a T-shirt or a winter jacket


Hahaha that song is pretty bad for kids. My kids love it too but it has strong sexual connotation.

It does drive me mad the Celsius / Fahrenheit. And when my kids here the sudden difference of 38 (f) instead of 5 (c) they are excited and think is summer.
theprofinuk02/12/2019 13:06

Hahaha that song is pretty bad for kids. My kids love it too but it has …Hahaha that song is pretty bad for kids. My kids love it too but it has strong sexual connotation. It does drive me mad the Celsius / Fahrenheit. And when my kids here the sudden difference of 38 (f) instead of 5 (c) they are excited and think is summer.


😁 don't know about the sexual connotation, never bothered to check the words. We came across this song in several camp sites in Spain. They were using it at kids disco and kids club. You may be right but I find it strange to use songs with sexual connotations for such activities. Particularly when half of the kids were Spanish and their parents were present too.
sheffield78802/12/2019 13:12

😁 don't know about the sexual connotation, never bothered to check the …😁 don't know about the sexual connotation, never bothered to check the words. We came across this song in several camp sites in Spain. They were using it at kids disco and kids club. You may be right but I find it strange to use songs with sexual connotations for such activities. Particularly when half of the kids were Spanish and their parents were present too.


So many English-speakers don't either pay attention to lyrics in English or understand them and just hum/sing-along without thinking, with kids copying them. Think Robin Thicke/Pharell's Blurred Lines or Flo Rida's Right Round, or even Barbie Girl!
sheffield78802/12/2019 12:32

Yep, because the weather in The UK is so predictable .


Less predicatble than forecasts, though?
sheffield78802/12/2019 13:12

😁 don't know about the sexual connotation, never bothered to check the …😁 don't know about the sexual connotation, never bothered to check the words. We came across this song in several camp sites in Spain. They were using it at kids disco and kids club. You may be right but I find it strange to use songs with sexual connotations for such activities. Particularly when half of the kids were Spanish and their parents were present too.


I am not fluent in Spanish but I believe it means "give me your thing".
Conclusions your own....
theprofinuk02/12/2019 16:00

I am not fluent in Spanish but I believe it means "give me your …I am not fluent in Spanish but I believe it means "give me your thing".Conclusions your own....


A Spanish friend suggested 'give me your little house', again, house may refer to something else, who knows , I am happy if my kids are happy.
Any1 know if this would display google hello doorbell ???
sheffield78802/12/2019 16:12

A Spanish friend suggested 'give me your little house', again, house may … A Spanish friend suggested 'give me your little house', again, house may refer to something else, who knows , I am happy if my kids are happy.


That's 'casita' from 'casa'= home. 'cosa' means the thing (which lies between the legs in this innuendo song), cosita is the diminutive of cosa.
Yeah, try to educate your children, going on holidays in Spain and not caring to understand at least a song? Brexit makes more sense now.
Ashan8516/01/2020 01:15

That's 'casita' from 'casa'= home. 'cosa' means the thing (which lies …That's 'casita' from 'casa'= home. 'cosa' means the thing (which lies between the legs in this innuendo song), cosita is the diminutive of cosa.Yeah, try to educate your children, going on holidays in Spain and not caring to understand at least a song? Brexit makes more sense now.


I don't give a damn about a song first of all and I speak 4 different european languages, so please mind your own business. I said what a spanish friend told my wife, who's English, and clearly could not pronounce 'cosita' and probably mentioned 'casita' instead.

I don't go in holidays to translate the songs they play in the kids club. I also have some understanding of Spanish language and I know very well what 'casa' means, as well 'casita', I just did not know what 'cosita' means. I knew it means something like give me your things but I did not know what things it refers to. For your own knowledge, there are at least 4 languages were 'casa' means exactly the same thing and mine is one of them. I certainly do not have an interest to learn how to translate 'private parts' in another language. I can translate with google if I really want. Somebody made a comment in here about this and this is how the discussion started.

Talking about Brexit, I think you should look how 'many' languages English pupil study in school and, with some exceptions, you'll find out that in pretty much every single country in Europe, their pupil study more languages. And not only this, they learn European geography too. Brexit makes sense maybe for people like you, not for people like me.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 16th Jan
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