[CES 2016] Just how many mobile devices do you own today? For many of us, having a smartphone is compulsory, and more often than not, a tablet is also something else that we tote around. Lenovo knows this, which is why they have rolled out a new generation of device that is known as the Lenovo LINK 32GB. The Lenovo LINK 32GB comes in the form of a dongle which will hook up your Android-powered mobile device to Windows-powered computers, resulting in a mirror image, or “picture-in-picture” of your smartphone, if you will, on the PC’s monitor.
Not only that, the Lenovo LINK 32GB will centralize all controls in the PC itself, which means the computer’s mouse as well as keyboard is able to control all apps in your smartphone seamlessly. You can juice up your smartphone, copy and paste text, drag and drop files, music and videos across operating systems from your PC to smartphone, all the while enjoying the newfound convenience of using your PC inputs to control your smartphone.
When it comes to the cloud, you can also do away with the hassle of uploading files to the cloud or emailing massive documents between your smartphone and PC, as the quick and painless connection of Lenovo LINK 32GB would let you view documents saved to your smartphone, not to mention being able to drag and drop documents from your PC to smartphone, all the while cleaning up document file storage using your single screen and mouse and keyboard inputs.
The Lenovo LINK 32GB will play nice with Android 5.0 and above and Windows 7/8/8.1/10, and as you can tell by its name already, it can stash up to 32GB of storage space within a 78mm x 21mm x 9mm chassis, where you can pick it up from March 2016 onward at $39.99 a pop.