The company announced that its first foldable computer, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, will begin pre-order from Tuesday, and will be shipped by the end of the year. Price: $ 2,499 is probably not much to claim right to be among the first – and the ThinkPad X1 1 time is actually a long list of firsts. We will highlight some of them here and finally include the specifics.
Who needs a foldable computer? It is natural to wonder about its necessity at such a time when we do not travel often. However, even in our current state, we feel the need for more variety in our PC options – something that would have been sitting in a bar stool at our “office space” kitchen counter or disappeared from a patio chair on the deck, While someone else would have been. He has a noisy expansion session inside. Not everyone will be able to afford this specific solution, but it opens up possibilities for new methods of computing.
The ThinkPad X1 fold is a 13.3-inch OLED touch screen with QXGA resolution (2048 x 1536), a maximum brightness of 300 nits, and supports up to 95 percent DCIP3 color gamut. Includes Lenovo Mod Pen Digital Ink. And, of course, it is folded.
The screen is actually made up of several thin layers at the bottom, and each has its own purpose, be it technical or protective. In a reporter demonstration, Lenovo dropped large metal ball bearings directly onto the display to demonstrate the surface hardness.
PCWorld observed the ThinkPad X1 fold in several early iterations. Lenovo has spent five years rethinking how the device is developed and using computers. The ThinkPad X1 fold will ship with Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro, with some additional Lenovo software called the Mode Switcher app to manage your screen. When you twist or open the screen, small icons will appear on the screen, so that you can decide whether to use the screen as a single or dual display.