It seems that Lenovo thought ofsomewhat drastic, but quite in keeping with the spirit of the times thought, drag all the original inventions implemented in the design of smartphones into less spoiled by the variety of such category solutions. And they started with laptops.
About the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold folding screen we alreadytold. Next in line is the next strange device. Another wonder brought by the company to Las Vegas was the ThinkBook Plus laptop. A laptop with an integrated reader in the cover of the E-Ink.
No, but why, smartphones have already been riveted and praised for improving autonomy and benefit for the eyes. And then there is more area - so, and the profit increases.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus - quite a normal laptop with 13.3-inch Full HD IPS screen. Inside - the 10th generation Intel Core processors, which one - depends on the modification, as well as the amount of memory. In the top configuration, these are Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM and 512 GB ROM. The device is distinguished from normal relatives by a 10.8-inch E Ink Cover screen located outside.
Is it easy to read? If you do not consider the laptop as a replacement for the reader - why not. On the road, when the laptop still needs to be taken with you, this will save space and help to save time without sacrificing too much charge. You can even write on the screen - it is touch-sensitive and supports a stylus. Another thing is that with a screen that is not protected by a cover, the laptop begins to require special care and tenderness in handling - this is not very convenient.
ThinkBook Plus will be available in March 2020, with a starting price tag of $ 1,199.