Lenovo Showcases the world’s first foldable PC
Lenovo are getting ahead of the game in terms of new technology by announcing their latest product the first foldable PC.
Called the ThinkPad X1 Fold, it appears to look like a normal tablet featuring a 13.3” screen. However, it allows users to literally bend the screen in half, either folding it closed like a book or bending it for a 90 degree angle.
When coupled with an external magnetic Bluetooth keyboard and set on its side with a built-in kickstand, the Fold can be used like a standard laptop.
The Fold will also feature a virtual keyboard that can be pulled up at any time in case the external keyboard is unavailable.
Lenovo have advised that it is due to be released mid 2020 though the date has not be finalised.
It uses Intel Core laptop processors, offers 8GB of memory, and will support optional 5G connectivity option.
The Fold will offer an 11 hour battery life and weigh just 2.2 pounds.