Newlight has been building its X10s and X15s for about three years now, and the company is launching the first consumer X10, which is slated for launch later this year.
IBM has a long history of developing new technology for the home, and its latest announcement is an extension of that trend.
The X10 will be an entirely new product from Newlight, and it will be powered by IBM’s new X10 supercomputer.
The X10 is expected to launch this year and will offer a range of features, including a built-in smart home assistant called the Newlight SmartHome Suite, which will work across different platforms.
IBM will also offer its own suite of smart home products, including the SmartThings Platform, which offers a wide range of IoT and automation services.
The new X series of X10 models will be built around two new models.
The first is the Newlux X10X, which has a 15-inch display and features a 5GHz Intel Atom processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
The second model is the X10S, which includes a 20-inch screen and features an Intel Atom X5100 processor, 16GB of memory, and 64GB of hard drive space.
The latter model is expected later this spring, with the X20X.
The Newlux and Newlux SmartHome Suites will be available for purchase on the Newlit website, and they will include a range (including one that ships with a SmartHome Hub) of hardware features, like a built in smart thermostat, built-ins for the Amazon Alexa and Nest Cam, and access to other services.
The Newlux products will be the first of a series of products that will be launched with the company’s new x10 supercomputers, which it is planning to build into an even larger range of products.