Las Vegas (dpa / tmn) - With the Thinkpad X1 Fold, Lenovo has now presented a Windows laptop with a foldable display. This technology was previously reserved for smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Folder or the Huawei Mate X.
When opened, Lenovo's folding computer has an OLED display of 13.3 inches in 4: 3 format. With an attached keyboard, it turns into a classic notebook. The device was presented at the electronics fair CES in Las Vegas in the USA (until January 10th).
The X1 Fold is due to be launched in the middle of the year for around $ 2500 (around € 2,240) - initially with regular Windows 10. Later in the year, the X1 Fold will then receive Windows 10X, one especially for devices with two screens customized operating system.
In October 2019, Microsoft announced the Surface Neo as a reference device for Windows 10X - a device that does not have folding technology, but consists of two 9-inch displays that can be opened.
In addition to Lenovo, Dell, HP and Asus have also announced that they want to be among the first manufacturers to launch folding or dual display devices for Windows 10X.
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