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  • May 15 2019
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 Lenovo has announced what they are calling the world’s first ‘foldable PC’.

As the world’s largest shipper of PC’s, Lenovo has released its first foldable-display laptop following their Lenovo Accelerate conference last week in Florida. The product is still to be named; however, it will be a part of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 line of laptops.

The foldable PC includes a 13.3-inch diagonal display that has a 4 by 3 aspect ratio when opened at full screen.

Similar to Samsung’s version of the Galaxy Fold, it has an OLED display with a polymer screen. The device will be kitted with Windows software and also feature a default touchscreen keyboard.

Apart from not having a standard keyboard, the device when folded transforms into a sizeable tablet. A spokesperson for Lenovo has made it clear that ‘this is not a phone, tablet, or familiar hybrid; this is a full-fledged laptop with a foldable screen’. They are promoting that the device is ideal for users who are on the go and want the benefit of a full-screen tablet but with vital computer software and battery life.

The device is still in the early stages of development but could launch in 2020.

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