Lenovo ThinkPad X1, the first foldable notebook PC ┬╗ERdC

Lenovo ThinkPad X1, the first foldable notebook PC ┬╗ERdC

Lenovo ThinkPad X1, the first foldable notebook PC

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A few days ago since Intel revealed that their laptops with folding screens will be available before 2021. However, it seems that another computer giant has run out ahead of them. It is about from manufacturer Lenovo, which has recently introduced the First prototype of a laptop with folding screen. The device has been named as Lenovo ThinkPad X1. The company said it was listed in 2020, but is not 100% complete yet.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Foldable Laptop

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 offers a folding screen with 13.3 inches with technology OLED Y 2K resolution. The folding screen has been manufactured by LG. After folded, the size of the computer is similar to that of a regular book, while the total weight remains at around only 900 grams. Since Lenovo think that by completing this notebook, you can make it more versatile than what is shown.

Its interface can be fully extended when needed, also providing a full keyboard and a complete Windows system experience. Users can also use the device as a regular tablet With the screen fully displayed.

According to the opinions of those who have been able to try the folding notebook, Lenovo is on the right track. It is very comfortable to hold it with one hand, it is not uncomfortable to fold it. Also when the computer is on the table an obvious fold is not marked.

One of the most important parts of a folding device it's the hinge. On this completely depend the ability to fold and unfold completely safely. Comments say the hinge It is ÔÇťrobustÔÇŁ and easy to open and close. It is also said that some hardware adjustments are necessary to continue improving. However, this is normal because it is a device in a prototype state.

Between the points against that they found there was the image quality shown on the folding screens. The screen had noticeably poor viewing angles. This caused the colors to change in an uncontrolled way by changing the viewing angle. This is something particularly problematic on folding screens. However, those hardware details are expected to be corrected in a final version of the product. In this presentation the manufacturer wanted to show mainly how advanced its technology is in the development of a future notebook with folding screen.

For the moment Lenovo He did not want to reveal any of the internal hardware that the device has. They emphasize that this is a technological presentation for the future culmination of the product.


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