Lenovo's ThinkCentre M90n-1 Nano Is A Diminutive Powerhouse Desktop PC

Lenovo's ThinkCentre M90n-1 Nano Is A Diminutive Powerhouse Desktop PC

Lenovo's ThinkCentre M90n-1 Nano Is A Diminutive Powerhouse Desktop PC

Today, Lenovo released the world's first prototype of the foldable screen notebook, ThinkPad X1, in the United States and the company said that it will be listed in 2020, but it is still not 100% complete.

Basically, Lenovo's idea is that you can either use the new device as a tablet or fold it like a laptop.

Hopefully Lenovo will ideal the prototype in time for its 2020 launch - and offer us a more successful foldable device than Samsung managed.

Foldable phones have finally become a reality.

The age of the foldable device is upon us! But whether they're practical and durable enough to withstand the rigors of day-to-day use is something we just don't know yet.

As yet nameless, but due to join the ThinkPad X1 family when it makes a commercial debut, the foldable PC is about the size of two 13-inch laptop screens stuck together, with a seamless flexible OLED touchscreen spanning one entire side and offering a 2K resolution display.

But first, let's talk about the hardware.

The foldable ThinkPad X1 device will be able to replace your laptop to serve as your primary PC, according to Lenovo.

Lenovo did not provide any performance specifications for the prototype device, but claims that it is made for "highly mobile, tech savvy professionals who demand the best tools".

What are your thoughts on Lenovo's foldable PC prototype? In full-screen mode, the device works like a large tablet and users can watch a video or toss up a PowerPoint presentation. Unfolded, you get a 4:3 display. You can pop a touchscreen keyboard up on the bottom of the screen and use it as a laptop, which will probably be very bad for any extended period of time.

As we alluded to earlier, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has had a rocky start, with Samsung having to recall review units and postpone the launch of its foldable smartphone after issues with the screen emerged. "Peeling off the protective layer or using any adhesives on the main screen, such as screen protectors or stickers, may cause damage".

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