It seems like all the major tech companies are folding these days and by that, we mean their products (lest you think some big names were going under). At this year’s CES, Lenovo presented the foldable computer that it first previewed back in May of last year. Dubbed the ThinkPad X1 Fold, it’s the world’s first fully functional PC with a folding OLED display. Along with the new pioneering form comes a new tier of possibility and productivity alike.
With the Lenovo X1 Fold, what starts out as a compact computing device unfolds into a 13.3″ display. Constructed from lightweight alloys and carbon fibre, the gadget strikes a balance between laptop functionality and smartphone mobility. For the luxurious touch, it comes wrapped in a leather folio cover. The product was co-engineered by Intel, who equipped it with their Core Processors and Hybrid Technology.
The Lenovo X1 Fold will be available with Windows 10 and optional 5G connectivity when it drops sometime in mid-2020. It will feature a Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard, Dolby Atmos Sound, and built-in mini-kickstand, among other things. When in laptop mode, you can leverage two independent displays for some next-level multi-tasking. It’s all sleek and sturdy by design and guaranteed to step up your office game. The future is foldable.