First unveiled last year, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is touted as the world’s first truly foldable PC. Featuring a 13.3-inch 4:3 OLED panel at 2048 x 1536 resolution and running a custom version of Windows 10 Pro that enables users to interact with a taskbar icon that brings up a pop-up menu where they can switch between single full-screen view or a dual-screen mode. Read more for two hands-on videos and additional informationo.
When you’re in portrait mode, an on-screen keyboard can be brought up at the bottom, which means the display can be folded at an angle to allow you to type like you would a laptop. It also comes with a Bluetooth keyboard that magnetically snaps onto the bottom half of the display if the virtual version just won’t do. There’s no word on what’s inside, but Lenovo did mention that it’s powered by Intel’s new “hybrid technology”. The laptop ships mid-2020, priced from $2,499.
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,” said Lenovo.