Lenovo has unveiled a foldable tablet computer, the likes of which have so far only been seen in science fiction.
Lenovo says its next-generation ThinkPad X1 Fold “redefines the foldable PC category” that the company claims to have created in 2020.
The new ThinkPad X1 Fold is designed to offer full PC performance with a larger screen area, while maintaining the ultra-portability that the original ground-breaking device offered.
As the world’s lightest 16-inch commercial laptop device1, this next generation delivers a versatile, powerful and portable device – with a sleeker and thinner design that can be comfortably used as a primary PC.
Improving on a category-defining PC is not easy, but Lenovo’s done just that. Through a combination of customer feedback and end user insights, the innovative design features a 22 percent larger 16-inch folding OLED display, 25 percent thinner chassis, and thinner bezels all around to produce a premium, streamlined look and feel that extends to the aluminum frame and a back cover made from 100 percent recycled woven performance fabric.
When building a next-gen device, there’s the advantage of learning from a solid base of customer experience and a groundswell of user input. Lenovo says this insight has served the company well in defining four primary areas where the experience must be flawless: performance, keyboard, display and design.
Powered by Intel vPro, an Intel Evo Design with up to 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processors, and Intel Iris Xe Graphics, the next-gen ThinkPad X1 Fold delivers superlative performance in a foldable form factor.
Add SSD storage up to 1 TB and memory options up to 32 GB LPDDR5 mean Windows 11 Home or Pro will run brilliantly regardless of the preferred mode of use.
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