Lenovo's nightstand clock is getting an update. On Monday the computer giant announced the Lenovo Smart Clock 2, a new version of its bedside accessory. An update to its original, the new device features a similar design, with a 4-inch touchscreen, and has Google Assistant and Google Photos baked in.
As with the prior Smart Clock, there's no front-facing camera, while a physical mute switch can be located around the back for extra privacy. A 1.5-inch, 3-watt, front-firing speaker is also present for playing back music or listening to responses from Google Assistant.
New, at least in the US, is that the Smart Clock 2 will be sold as part of a $90 bundle that features a wireless charging dock for recharging devices. A USB-A port and a 31-lumen nightlight can also be found on the dock, which can wirelessly recharge devices at 5-, 7.5- or 10-watt speeds.
The new clock will be available in September in "Shadow Black, Heather Grey and Abyss Blue" colors.