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Lenovo legion products at ces 2020

CES 2020 enters its third day, and there is absolutely no sign of slowing down. After struggling in the crowd, we went to Lenovo's booth to check out its impressive foldable Thinkpad X1.

We did not waste time asking some key questions about the product, and had a little time to understand how it works.

For all intents and purposes, Thinkpad X1 is a fully functional Windows laptop. It will be available with a fully foldable 13.3-inch OLED display, a new Intel processor (undisclosed), 8GB of memory, up to 1TB of SSD storage, and approximately 11 hours of battery life. Since

was first released, most of Lenovo's tremendous progress on Thinkpad X1 has been reflected in software. It works on Windows 10, but has been adjusted to fit the folding screen. New features have been added to allow app fixation and window splitting for a better user experience. The

has a wireless keyboard that can be used in different ways. It doesn't matter whether you want to use a stand or fold the screen for the middle screen. The wireless keyboard can be used at any time.

When folding the Thinkpad X1, place the keyboard between the monitors and it will charge when not in use.

After learning about Thinkpad, we have the opportunity to use it for a period of time to see how it feels in the real world.

The first thing we check is the OLED screen. I have to say that you really can't see any creases when the 13.3-inch screen is folded, which is a nice surprise. The representative told us that the design of this foldable OLED screen lasted 4 years, and it should be used for at least 45 years before any obvious signs appeared. However, we will have to test the theory ourselves.

Thinkpad X1 is clearly designed for business people and casual users. Most of the sample tutorials are business style scenarios.

is planned to be available later this year, and we think its price should be around US$2,500, which is a pretty high price to say the least.

This is CES 2020 on Lenovo Thinkpad X1. A big unanswered question is how it will work when it finally hits the market. As Microsft launches its own Surface Neo later this year, it's hard to predict. One thing's for sure, we like the new OLED products and can't wait to see them in the months to come.

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