Lenovo announced its readiness in launching the world’s first laptop with a folding screen, titled ThinkPad X1 Fold. Lenovo also exhibits this complex device assembly process.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold comes with a 13.3-inch display surrounded by a thick bezel when compared to modern tablets and laptops. It is classified considering the technology to be immersed, quoted from Engadget.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 has the capability of collapsible towards the inside and the two-part screens lying in data on top of each other, and locked when outched with each other using magnet assistance.
This leaves a small gap between the two screens, which will be absent when the user slipped the Lenovo-designed Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard specifically to fill the gap.
This Keyboard is one of the accessories that Lenovo hasn’t exhibited the first time they upload teasers for the laptop, and is claimed to bring a big difference. Thus, the user can turn the tablet into a mini laptop.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is also capable of wireless charging the keyboard when pinned to the gap between screens. However, the user will also be able to connect the screen with another Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
The device features a USB-C port on each side, allowing it to be connected to an external monitor. This tablet is supported by the latest Intel Core processors with Hybrid technology, and uses Windows 10 Pro.
Lenovo mentioned that the company will be delivering devices with the Microsoft Windows 10 X system for multi and dual-screen devices as they are available. For the current ThinkPad X1 Fold, Lenovo integrates mode switching software, to make it easier for users to use the device in a variety of configurations.
The device that comes with a weight of less than 1 Kg will be marketed for around USD 2.499 in the middle of 2020. Lenovo does not mention price quotes for keyboard accessories exhibited alongside the ThinkPad X1 Fold.
Previously, Lenovo reportedly would also release a gaming smartphone. This Rumor begins to sound after the report mentions Lenovo has just created a new account on social media Weibo. This account is seen targeting mobile gamers and uses the Legion logo as its profile photo.