The dual-screen Lenovo ThinkBook Plus will be released soon
One of the highlights of Lenovo's CES 2020 showcase was its new take on the dual-screen notebook trend. The ThinkBook Plus has a 'main' FHD display with 5.5mm bezels rated to cover 100% of the sRGB color gamut, along with an e-ink panel adorning the top of its lid.
This aspect of the ThinkBook Plus can be used to take notes, memos and so on that can then be synced directly to Microsoft OneNote. This is done using the Lenovo Precision Pen, a 2096-level pressure-responsive stylus, that ships with this device. The secondary display can also support notifications, or show wallpapers so as to make its lid even more interesting to look at.
The SKU of this laptop currently available to reserve on JD.com has the Intel Core i5-10210U, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. These specs are housed in a high-end-looking chassis with a depth of betweeen 15.1 and 18 inches and a fingerprint reader/power button next to its dual USB type A ports.
The new Lenovo PC also has a single USB type C port that acts as its power input. It is priced at 8499 yuan (~US$1202) during its pre-order phase, and will switch to general sale in China from April 24, 2020.