With CES 2023 happening, leading tech brands have showcased a variety of products and that includes the leading laptop manufacturer, Lenovo. The brand has recently showcased its ThinkBook Plus Twist, an innovative and convertible laptop that’s designed to streamline the usability of the users.
What’s unique about this laptop is the availability of two fronts – a 13.3” OLED display and a 12” E-ink that the users can switch between.
So, not only does it support your creative side, it keeps you well-equipped to finish all the professional work too. When it comes to workflow and business, the 13.3” display with 2.8K screen resolution and 60Hz refresh rate take the forefront.
With the E-ink side, the users get access to a 12” E-ink with a 12Hz refresh rate and two modes to toggle between – the typewriter laptop mode and the e-paper mode. If all of this sounds intriguing to you, be assured that the new ThinkBook Plus Twist could be the one you need to streamline your workflow.
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As for the pricing and availability, the ThinkBook Plus Twist is going to be available in the United States and parts of Europe for $1,649 and €1,699.
Compared to all the staple or standard convertible laptops that are available in the market and the ones that even Lenovo has released to date, the ThinkBook Plus Twist is no doubt a frontrunner. Instead of a staple rotating hinge, the device comes with a twisting one – hence the name.
Using this hinge, the users can comfortably switch between the OLED display and the E-ink mode to streamline usability. What’s great about this particular convertible laptop is its accessibility. The model is powered by the 13th gen Core i7 Raptor Lake-U processor for ultimate performance. It hasn’t unveiled the graphics configuration yet.
Coming to the internal specifications, the ThinkBook Plus Twist is integrated with 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD storage. The only downside to this model is the lack of I/O ports since the model comes with two Thunderbolt Type-C ports and a 3.5 mm audio jack. So, you are going to experience issues with connectivity.
Paired with Wi-Fi 6E wireless connectivity streamlines data transfer. Although Lenovo hasn’t discussed anything about the battery life yet, we can pretty much assume that the E-ink will last somewhere up to 18 months.
This isn’t Lenovo’s first rodeo with E-ink displays. So, we can pretty much assume that they aren’t going to fail with their innovation this time around.