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The first exotic device at CES 2023 is Lenovo’s Swiss Army Flashlight

The first exotic device at CES 2023 is Lenovo's Swiss Army Flashlight

CES 2023 They usually have some pretty quirky gadgets, and Lenovo kicks off the trend with its Go Desk Station with webcam. Designed for those with limited desk space, it works as a webcam, adjustable desk lamp, Qi wireless charger and expansion hub, all in one. Don’t bargain on any of these things, but get priced accordingly.

The main feature is the Lenovo Go 4K Pro webcam (also available as a standalone camera) designed for HD video conferencing and broadcasting. It can stream 4K at up to 30 frames per second and includes autofocus and auto framing with adjustable field of view, along with automatic ambient light adjustment, via the built-in desk light.

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Mounted on a height-adjustable, swivel arm, this desk lamp can be positioned in almost any direction to illuminate your face or objects on your desk. You can choose from three color temperature options to match your environment, including 3000K (yellow white), 4500K (cool white), and 6500K (daylight), with brightness up to 1600 lux at 0.5m (1.5ft).

It’s a multi-use hub, too. It has a 135W USB-C power input with a fully functional 65W USB-C port to power your laptop, to start with. It also includes a 15W Qi-compatible charging pad for mobile devices, a 20W USB Type C port, two USB Type A 3.1 ports, and an HDMI 2.0 output for external displays in up to 4K at 60 frames per second.

If you’re already looking for a desk lamp, wireless charger, and USB hub, this one might fit the bill in just one purchase. You will pay for it though. The Go Desk Station with webcam arrives in March 2023 starting at $329, or you can get the Lenovo Go 4K Pro webcam on its own for $150, also in March next year.

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