Last year, Lenovo showed off what it described as the “world’s first foldable PC” — a prototype OLED tablet that could fold up like a book or a tiny laptop. Now, at CES 2020, Lenovo is announcing how it’s going to sell the idea as a commercial product. It’s called the ThinkPad X1 Fold, and it’ll be available this year.
The hardware hasn’t changed too much from what we saw before, beyond the addition of a Windows Hello-compatible camera on an inside bezel. It still has a neat leather exterior that slides back and forth as the hinge unfolds, and the display is still a 13.3-inch 4:3 OLED panel. Its resolution is 2048 x 1536, the same as a 9.7-inch iPad, and it looks pretty great.
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