Lenovo has time and time kept its user base entertained, especially with the wide range of amazing available options in terms of features as well as the overall design and build. The new Lenovo Thinkbook Plus is all set to be released soon and the users can’t keep their calm.
It is not a new fact that the prospects and introduction to the new take to the dual screen displays from the brand was showcased in Lenovo CES’s 2020 showcase, which is one of the reasons why they have taken on a rage in the market.
The Thinkbook Plus is a 13.3” notebook with a 10.8” e-ink display on the lid, which is a breakthrough design, if you come to think of it. This comes with the main full high definition of 5.5 mm bezels which covers through 100% of the sRGB color gamut. It comes around with the e-ink panel adorning the top of the lid.
This part of the dual screen of the ThinkBook Plus is expected to help take notes and memos and can also be synced with the Microsoft OneNote. The device is also included with the Lenovo Precision Pen, which is a 2096-level pressure-responsive stylus. The best thing about this device is that it allows you to write or doodle without having to open the device at all.
According to the reports on JD.com, the device is powered by the Intel Core i5-10210U along with memory options of 8GB DDR4 SDRAM along with storage options of 512GB SSD. Everything is designed and crafted within a high end chassis with a depth in between 15.1 to 18 inches around. The device also comes integrated with the fingerprint scanner on the power button that helps keep your device secure.
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As for the connectivity options, it does come equipped with both the USB-Type A and USB-Type C ports for the power inputs according to the requirements. The device is now up for pre-order and is going to come at an expected price of $1202.00 at this moment which might vary depending on the region and the shipping costs. The device is up for general sale in China from April 24, 2020.