The very stylish Lenovo ThinkBook Plus is going to make its way to the Chinese online store, jd.com, on April 24, as the online giant makes reservation for it. The dual screen laptop made headlines after it was first unveiled in CES 2020 at Las Vegas in January this year.
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus caught our attention as it shows a spectacular laptop design with two screens in a single laptop. The use of electronic ink (e-ink) at the rear panel to facilitate screen experience at the rear panel of the laptop is a head turner.
The very stylish and contemporary laptop design features a 13.3-inch primary screen and a 10.8-inch secondary screen. The primary screen features resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and brightness of 300 nits. It sports a ultra-thin bezel of 5.5mm dimension. The primary screen supports 100% sRGB colour gamut.
The secondary screen at the rear panel is engineered to display Calendar, Email, Weather Information, etc. It comes with a number of wallpapers which can be used to customise the aesthetics of the laptop. The 2096-level pressure sensitive stylus which, reportedly, comes with the laptop can be used to scribble notes which automatically syncs with Microsoft OneNote.
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus is going to come with a price tag of 8499 Yuan (approx. INR 91,508) in the Chinese market. The pricing for the other markets, is though, unknown yet. The laptop is seen as Lenovo’s premium presentation which will attract a lot of consumer eyeballs.
The ongoing Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is spoiling the whole industries as there is lockdown everywhere. However, tech brands are launching their products online to keep the business going. Recently, we saw how OnePlus launched its premium products, OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, via live streaming.