Forget about folding phones, 2020 could be the year of the folding laptop.
He has followed with Horseshoe Bend, a conceptual PC with a foldable OLED screen that can switch between a 12-inch laptop and a massive 17.3-inch tablet.
At this year's CES, which has just started in Las Vegas, Lenovo launched the ThinkPad X1 Fold, a PC with a folding screen.
It is based on Intel's Tiger Lake processors, which will be released later this year, and that's all we know about their specifications.
This is not surprising, since it is a conceptual device that may not arrive soon (or never) at stores, especially in this exact way.
A smart concept with Horseshoe Bend: a detachable wireless keyboard that "It fits perfectly in the device when folded."
This is smart: no matter how beautiful the screen is, typing on it is not as comfortable as typing on a standard keyboard.
I don't really expect Intel to launch the Horseshoe Bend as a real device, but the technology that was used will likely materialize in the form of Intel-based foldable PCs from other manufacturers, probably as soon as this year.