Folding smart devices are all the rage, and while the “trial and error” period is still in full swing, more of the tech industry’s biggest proprietors are joining the fray. The most recent brand to introduce its very own foldable model is none other than Lenovo, best known for its business-bolstered ThinkPad laptop lineup.
To amplify its catalog’s current offerings, the brand has introduced the ThinkPad X1 Fold — a slim, tablet-like device that’s successfully garnered the title of the “world’s first foldable PC.” Instead of focusing on the smaller smartphone realm, Lenovo has brought the promising aspects of foldable tech to the world of the 13.3-inch laptop, thanks to Intel’s five-core i5-L16G7 processor, a QXGA 2K OLED touchscreen, and 8GB of LPDDR4X memory. Depending on your preferences, the X1 Fold can be used in a variety of different ways, including tablet, split-screen, and upright positions, due to its unique format. The best part? If you’re more privy to a traditional screen/keyboard layout, Lenovo also offers a suite of wireless accessories that can turn your X1 into the perfect mobile workstation. We’ve only skimmed the surface of the foldable ThinkPad, so head to the brand’s website — where the device is listed for $2,500 and up — for more information.