Lenovo has actually revealed a sneak peek of its upcoming foldable laptop in the Thinkpad X1 series, what it is calling the “world’s first collapsible PC”. The company has shared photos of a model, and says that it is slated for release in 2020. Individually, the company has likewise introduced its brand-new ThinkBook lineup, suggested for SMBs. The ThinkBook lineup is being presented with the ThinkBook S series, featuring the ThinkBook 13s and ThinkBook 14s designs that provide an ultra-slim style, touch finger print reader, physical ThinkShutter cam cover for personal privacy control, premium full-HD displays, spill resistant keyboards, and up to 11 hours of battery life.
Beginning with the collapsible laptop, the company previewed the new style at Accelerate, and says that the model is not of a phone or tablet, or a hybrid, however of a full-fledged laptop computer with a foldable screen. The photos expose that the PC folds out into a larger two-sided display, with one side working as a touchscreen keyboard. The display folds into a larger cinema as well, that can likewise be used as a touch screen gadget, and you can connect a physical keyboard to it separately. The laptop computer display remains active at numerous angles of folding, including the 90 degree. Lenovo hasn’t exposed the requirements of the laptop, or even its last name for that matter. It just says that the laptop will belong of the ThinkPad X1 series. The world’s first collapsible PC will be offered sometime in 2020.
Pertaining to the brand-new ThinkBook S-series, the brand-new ThinkBook 13s will be offered in the US, with an expected beginning price of $729 (roughly Rs. 51,300). And the new ThinkBook 14s will be also be available in late May 2019, with an anticipated beginning rate of $749 (approximately Rs. 52,700). The 13-inch and 14-inch full-HD display variants sport a premium feel, can lay flat at 180 degrees, and feature ultra-narrow bezels. The laptops are made from aluminium and magnesium metals in a Mineral Grey finish. The ThinkBook 14s weighs 1.5 kg, while the ThinkBook 13s weighs a little lower at 1.34 kg.
The versions are powered by the 8th Generation Intel Core processors, basic SSD, and effective graphics with either Integrated Intel UHD 620 or discrete AMD Radeon 540X. The ThinkBook 13s also supports Rapid Charge supplying 80 percent battery capability on one hour’s charge. The new ThinkBook S-series support dual-array microphones and dual speakers by HARMAN. It also comes with Skype Hot Keys to simplify calling with one secret to answer and one key to hang up. Other features include touch finger print reader, Discrete TPM 2.0 for user information file encryption, Physical ThinkShutter cam cover for privacy control, hinges covered in Indium metal to lower WiFi interference, spill resistant keyboard designed to withstand approximately 60cc of liquid, and as much as 11 hours of battery life and RapidCharge on ThinkBook 13s. The ThinkBook 14s is promoted to provide to 10 hours of battery life.