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Lenovo previews the world's first foldable PC

The company joins the folding display trend.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Folding PC

Lenovo is diving in head first on folding display technology with a full-on, foldable laptop that gives you a 13.3" screen in a much smaller footprint. Using new display technology from LG, the laptop's OLED 2K display can fold in half and cuts its width right in half by 50%. The laptop can be used in a variety of ways. The company has teased a wireless mechanical keyboard that would let you use the screen as a mini desktop of sorts or a larger format tablet that you can use with a pen. Whether or not it's comfortable to use as a traditional laptop remains to be seen. 

Lenovo plans to release the foldable ThinkPad sometime next year.

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