It seems like every device needs a flexible screen these days At Lenovo Tech World 22, a number of rollable screen technology devices were showcased at the virtual event (opens in new tab)As with the predictable, rollable screen smartphones that have become pretty familiar at tech shows, it was intriguing to see this screen-enhancing technology applied to laptops. The top was highlighted by Luca Rossi, president of Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group, in the video embedded below.
Neither technical specs nor a name were shared for Lenovo’s rollable laptop concept, but Rossi said the possibilities presented by the rollable laptop were “fascinating.” rice field. He asserted that the new type of clamshell his laptop “takes multitasking, browsing, and mobility applications to another level.”
If you’re interested in the tech specs of the Lenovo ThinkPad with its rollable screen, we noticed that the fully unfolded demo device bears a striking resemblance to the ThinkPad X1 Fold 2022 announced at the beginning of September. . Granted, the screen is extended using a completely different mechanism, but the end result looks pretty much the same – fully open and fully extended. It offered a 16.3-inch diagonal portrait display with 2024 x 2460 pixels. Despite this rather large display, the folded laptop’s footprint resembled a 12-inch device.
At this early stage, we can’t say Tech World 22’s rollable ThinkPads have the same screen specs/dimensions. Additionally, many other things could change before this becomes a shipping consumer product.
Lenovo Yoga Paper
Yesterday, Lenovo’s Director of Consumer Marketing gave another interesting glimpse into the pipeline when he posted some images of the “Lenovo Yoga Paper” on his Weibo social media page. CN betaThe image shows a work device with a grippable edge with an e-Ink display and a stylus garage. It’s another device with (m) no specs to ponder at the moment.