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Lenovo unveils world’s first foldable-display laptop

After new foldable smartphones have been introduced by several tech companies, Lenovo has officially unveiled the preview of the world’s first foldable-display laptop which is joining the premium ThinkPad X1 family during its Accelerate conference in Orlando, Florida.

In a press release on Lenovo’s website, the tech company shared the first look of their first foldable PC which features 13.3-inch screen with a single OLED 2K display in partnership with LG Display that can be folded in half, reducing its width by 50 percent.

Lenovo’s newest device promises a smartphone’s portability without compromising the productivity and reliability of a laptop.

The tech company also noted efficient ways to use the foldable laptop:

  •  Wake up, fold it into a book, and start the day scanning your social media feeds in bed
  •  Walk to your kitchen, unfold it, and stand it up for hands-free viewing of your top news sites
  •  Hit your commute on the bus or train and morph it into a clamshell to catch up on emails
  •  Get into the office, dock it into your multi-monitor setup and get to work.
  •  Go into meetings, take notes with its pen, and write on a full screen tablet.
  • After lunch, set up the stand and use its mechanical keyboard to type out a few work emails
  • Come home at night, open it up and stream your favorite shows
  • Relax in bed, fold it in half and enjoy your latest read before going to sleep.

Lenovo’s still unnamed foldable PC is expected to be released in 2020.

(Photo source: YouTube – Lenovo)