Lenovo's foldable screen notebook officially announced that it weighs only 999 grams

On August 19th, ThinkPad’s official Weibo posted a warm-up poster, announcing that the first foldable computer ThinkPad X1 Fold is coming soon. The poster also showed a highlight of the machine. The body weight is only 999 grams. Subsequently, Lenovo YOGA officially warmed up a new product, and YOGA Pro 13s Carbon will also be released.

It is understood that this ThinkPad X1 Fold was unveiled at CES2020. It is equipped with a 13.3-inch 2K resolution foldable OLED screen with a screen ratio of 4:3. The body is made of lightweight alloy and carbon fiber materials, with a unique multi-link torque hinge structure that allows the screen to be flexibly folded. The fuselage is also equipped with a stand, a docking station and a fixed magnetic Bluetooth Mini folding keyboard, equipped with multiple Type-C interfaces.

In terms of configuration, ThinkPad X1 Fold uses Intel’s large and small core design processor, internal integrated UHD Gen 11 core display, is equipped with 8GB LPDDR4X memory, the frequency reaches 4267MHz, and the highest is equipped with 1TB PCIe-NVMe M.2 2242 SSD solid state hard drive. It supports facial recognition, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 and 5G/4G Internet access, and the built-in 50Whr battery can provide 11 hours of battery life.

Another announced YOGA Pro 13s Carbon adopts a white body design, claiming to integrate appearance, material, and high-resolution screen. It is guessed that it should be a carbon fiber body with a weight of less than 1Kg and a 2K resolution. Above the screen. The release date of both products has not yet been announced, and is expected to be launched at the end of August and listed in September.