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The ThinkReality A6 features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Extended Reality (XR) mobile platform running Android, which can be installed in a belt or armband. In addition, its Lumus optical components are also supported by the Intel Movidius Visual Processing Unit (VPU).
Functionally, the ThinkReality A6 supports head and gaze tracking, voice and gesture control. As an enterprise device, it also provides bar code scanning and front-mounted fisheye camera functions. As a comparison,Microsoft Hololens2 Supports a three degree of freedom controller.
The specifications for the ThinkReality A6 range between the first and second generation HoloLens. It is equipped with a large 6800mAh battery that provides 4 hours of battery life. Lenovo said the AR product is suitable for training and support, as well as architects and other white-collar workers.
Finally, Lenovo plans to make ThinkReality an open platform to support any number of AR solutions. The product will be available to developers with global corporate accounts and will be available in limited quantities in the third quarter of this year.