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A foldable tablet/pc?

Not only have we entered a new decade, we’ve also entered a new age in PC design. At the moment, Lenovo sits at the helm of this new age. During this year’s CES, The PC giant unveiled their latest product: the Thinkpad X1 Fold, the world’s first foldable PC.

The Thinkpad X1 fold stands out in numerous ways, from its design to its technical capabilities. For starters, the X1 is incredibly lightweight and portable. It has a 13.3-inch display when fully flat and can be folded to operate like a laptop, allowing users to easily carry it. The device also boasts a complete pOLED display along with a Dolby audio experience.

Additionally, its processing capabilities are also no slouch. The X1 makes use of Intel core processors and the Windows 10X processing system. Users can also expect 5G connectivity on select models. Lenovo also announced several custom peripherals for the device. Examples include a stylus, stand and keyboard just to name a few.

Lenovo aims to launch the X1 in the second half of 2020. You can expect prices to start at around $2499. For the latest CES news, check out our events page for the latest updates. For everything gaming, don’t forget to follow Dice & D-Pads.

Longpanda is a staff writer for Dice and D-pads. Interests include esports, strategy games, and video game history.
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