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Lenovo unveiled the world’s first foldable PC at the Accelerate conference in Florida. When it’s released in 2020, it will be a part of the company’s ThinkPad X1 lineup and labeled as a laptop replacement. No technical specifications have been released, but we do know that it sports a 13.3-inch OLED display that closes in upon itself. There’s a magnetic latches, and when open, the computer lays flat on the table. Read more for another hands-on video, additional pictures and information.
“Lenovo integrated a kickstand into the PC’s back so you can prop it up to use it in All In One mode. In this configuration, connect a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, and you can use the computer as a 13-inch desktop. You can also fold the screen and set it up at a right angle so the bottom half of the device rests on the table while the top half of the display faces you. This is Laptop Mode, and it devotes the lower third of the panel to an onscreen keyboard you can use to fire off emails and tweets,” reports Engadget.
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