Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Checkout this Lenovo Bendable and Foldable Laptop Concept

How will you feel if you can bend or fold your laptop just like a newspaper? Well, you can call it bendable, foldable or even rollable Laptop but the latest tech gist trending now is that Lenovo, a Chinese consumer electronics company is planning on producing bendable Laptops.

At an event in New York today, the company showed off its idea of the future of "personal computing" with an image of a bendable laptop with a flexible display; a built-in keyboard; and even the signature ThinkPad pointing stick, or mouse nub — whatever you want to call it. With this concept, most of the interaction would happen over voice commands or a stylus. Lenovo says that this concept would be achieved through “advanced materials” and “new screen technologies.” That’s not very specific.

Now let me make it clearer, the laptop won't have hinges. It's just plain and foldable. Just as a piece of paper or cardboard sheet. I hope you get the concept now. Well, while the rest of the world are still anxiously waiting for the release of foldable phones as highlighted two years ago, Lenovo could surprise us by making it realistic with a Lappy.

Meanwhile, if you are wondering why there is no trackpad, well, the laptop offers 3 other means of input. There’s the standard touch screen, a stylus or pencil, and voice input — the voice input will allow you to completely control the laptop. Amazing right?

Note that this device is not yet realized or available as it's still a concept waiting to be put into practice. But trust our Chinese tech gurus, they can make this happen soon.
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12 comments:

  1. This is an interesting development in our tech industry. The best is yet to come

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  2. If Lenovo can come up with this great development, then what will DELL and HP come up with?

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  3. Thanks for Your lovely update

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  4. Good develope from #lenovo

    Waiting d price

    Thanks oga wizy

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  5. When will my country get to this point in the tech world?

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  6. How strong will the flex be bearing in mind that it's a foldable device?

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  7. How strong will the flex be bearing in mind that it's a foldable device?

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  8. This good and affordable device. Nice update bro

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  9. It is also affordable and nice

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