Lenovo had the first foldable PC in the world as part of its ThinkPad X1 family in May last year. Eventually, the company showed off the world’s first foldable PC, ThinkPad X1 Fold, at CES 2020. Also, Lenovo introduced ThinkBook Plus and a Yoga 5 G Laptop, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform.
Returning to the foldable PC, the company announced that this device would be available mid-year for purchase. Lenovo will be selling a $2,499 ThinkPad X1 Fold. When discussing its specifications, a 13.3-inch POLED display is supported on the laptop — the screen functions at a resolution of 2K (2048x 1536 pixels).
The brand says it is more than confident about the durability of its foldable device. The display is made by the company with a stainless steel foil below to protect the screen from scratches. At the top of it, Lenovo has added a special coating. For portrait mode, a bottom on-screen keyboard can be used to fold the panel to an angle.
The company also offers a Bluetooth keyboard for the foldable PC, which snaps magnetically on the bottom half of the display. When unfolding the new PC of Lenovo, users can also use it as a regular laptop. You can also use the ThinkPad X1 Fold in split-screen mode if you fold into a bit. When completely folded in half, the top half of the laptop may also serve as a display.
Dolby stereo speakers, a five-megapixel IR camera, and more are other highlights of the laptop. It also has an Active pen to navigate or take notes on your computer. Lenovo also sells a laptop stand, but for that, you have to pay about $23.99.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold works with Windows 10 Pro, 8 GB of RAM, and up to 1 TB storage capacity. This Lenovo folding PC provides users with a 50-watt battery. The company maintains that the system can provide a single charge for up to 11 hours of battery life. It also offers rapid charging support.