Lenovo unveiled the ThinkPad X1 Fold at CES 2020. The foldable PC has a foldable OLED display that allows it to morph into different modes. Lenovo first teased the device in May of 2019, but revealed more details at CES. The ThinkPad X1 Fold will originally be available with Windows 10 Pro, but Lenovo states that a Windows 10X version is expected at a later date. The Windows 10 version of the device will be available in mid-2020, starting at $2,499.

The ThinkPad X1 Fold is one of the first devices in what could be a wave of folding PCs and phones. Unfolded, the device has a 13.3-inch OLED display. It can be used unfolded as a large display, partially folded like a digital book, or folded like a more traditional laptop. It comes with an integrated kickstand that allows people to use it in landscape mode, almost like a small portable desktop.

Lenovo designed the ThinkPad X1 Fold to utilize both halves of the display either independently or together. People can use multiple apps on both halves of the display simultaneously or use the entire screen for a single app.

OS Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10X (expected at later date)
Display 13.3-inch flexible QXGA OLED
4:3 aspect ratio
Processor Intel Core processor with Intel Hybrd Technology
Graphics Integrated Intel UHD Gen 11
Memory 8GB LPDDR4X 4267MHz
Storage Up to 1TB PCIe-NVMe M.2 2242 SSD
Webcam 5MP HD RGB+IR
Ports 1x USB-C Gen 1
1x USB-C Gen 2
SIM card
DisplayPort via USB-C
Wireless WWAN 5G/LTE/4G Capable
WLAN 802.11 AX
LTE CAT 20
Bluetooth 5.0
Audio Dolby Audio Speaker System
Battery 50Wh
Rapid Charge support
Weight 999kg(2lbs)
Dimensions Unfolded: 299.4x236x7.8mm without cover
Folded: 152.2x236x27.8mm with cover
Pen New Active Pen
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