Phones aren’t the only devices that will have multiple and foldable screens. Following the release of a laptop with a foldable display, Lenovo is working on a device with two screens. The Lenovo Thinkbook Plus was leaked on Twitter by well-known leakster Evan Blass. He posted a picture of the device, which shows a concept similar to Asus’s dual-screen laptops from a few years ago. The Lenovo Thinkbook Plus appears to be a 17-inch laptop, but the second screen is larger than some of Asus’ previous displays.
Have you guys seen this yet? 17-inch ThinkBook Plus from Lenovo… pic.twitter.com/OElc5ZM3pb— Ev (@evleaks) October 31, 2021
Specifications and features of the Lenovo Thinkbook Plus
The Thinkbook Plus, according to Blass’ tweet, could have a 17-inch display, as previously stated. Unlike some previous models, Lenovo is not replacing the touchpad on the laptop. Instead, the second display has been placed on the device’s right side, next to the keyboard.
It’s unclear if this will cause the keyboard to cramp up, making typing more difficult, but the touchpad appears to work. The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo’s second screen was 14 inches and had a 32:9 IPS display, but Lenovo’s appears to be smaller. The display, however, appears to be comparable to that of many smaller tablets. That means you have a lot of options with that screen.
The Zenbook’s screens also allow you to split content between the main and secondary displays. Customers are likely to be able to do the same with Lenovo. Blass’ image shows the same image on the secondary display, along with what appears to be Microsoft Paint. It depicts the use of a stylus on a secondary display to edit an image on the primary screen. The device will have an E-Ink display, according to previous reports.
Of course, we have no idea what the device will cost right now. According to this Flipkart listing, the Asus Zenbook Pro Duo costs around Rs. 2.5 lakh in India. This could imply that the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus will have a similar price tag. It should also work with the latest Intel and AMD processors.
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