Lenovo showed a prototype laptop that does not have a keyboard. Its place is occupied by a large folding display.
While the device is at the prototype stage, but the manufacturer has been working on it for about three years and plans to announce a commercial model in 2020.
Ideologically, the laptop is similar to the announced this year bending smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, in which the main screen is bent inward. Thus, the prototype of the new laptop has a total diagonal of the panel with stylus support equal to 13.3 inches. Aspect ratio — 4 to 3, resolution — 2K, matrix — OLED. The device works on Windows.
More detailed specifications or prices have not yet been reported. The device weighs about a kilogram. Gizmodo added that the diagonal of the main screen is 9.6 inches in the unfolded laptop mode.