The island now has upgraded Internet – increasing from 1MB per second to over 200 MB per second – as well as the latest Lenovo technology.
This means our volunteers can continue to do their own day job from one of the remotest places on Earth and, after they’ve left, the Lenovo tech devices, services and solutions will stay on Robinson Crusoe Island with the local community. Below is a small selection of these technologies, which include everything from PCs and virtual reality headsets to LanSchool and Veative Software. Together, they will enable the islanders to continue the social good that Work For Humankind has begun, including creating social media accounts for local businesses and improving the monitoring of endangered species.
The best smart clock just got better. Start your day and keep on top of your daily schedule. Ask Google to play music, check your next meeting time and more.Find out more >
Spill-resistant 3-zone keyboard, ambidextrous wireless mouse with 1200 DPI, and 1 single nano USB receiver for both keyboard and mouse.Find out more >
Designed and built with the unique requirements for Edge servers in mind, the ThinkEdge SE450 is versatile enough to stretch the limitations of server locations, providing a variety of connectivity and security options and easily managed with Lenovo XClarity Controller. The ThinkEdge SE450 is a rugged compact-sized Edge AI server focused on enhanced processing power, increased security, and remote manageability for edge environments.Find out more >
The world’s largest library of interactive, curriculum-aligned learning content for VR.
When added to a Lenovo Legion, Yoga or Think PC purchase, the Lenovo CO2 Offset Service is a simple way for individuals and businesses alike to offset carbon emissions and support one of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) projects.Find out more >