In January 2023, Lenovo took the stage at the CES 2023 conference to unveil their Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Twist, a versatile 4-in-1 laptop. The device was one of the event's standout products, lauded for its multi-functional design that serves as a standard laptop, a handy tablet, and an e-ink reader/notebook.
The buzz was that this innovative product would hit the commercial market in June. Now, as we step into that projected month, Lenovo's official website is populated with the device's detailed specifications, signalling that its release is imminent.
Lenovo's new computer has already drawn all eyes on it
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Twist is characterized by its dual-screen design. It sports a 13.3-inch primary OLED panel with a 2.8K pixel resolution, an ability to represent up to 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and touch input functionality. The secondary display is a 12-inch electronic ink panel that supports a pixel resolution of 2560 x 160 and also provides touch input. The hinge's design isn't just for opening and closing; it can be flipped horizontally as well, facilitating an effortless transition between the two panels.
On the performance side, the device is driven by the 13th Gen Intel Core-U series processors, supported by up to 16 GB LPDDR5x RAM and a 1 TB SSD. The ThinkBook Plus Twist is lightweight, tipping the scales at approximately 1.35 kg, and boasts a slim profile at 17.7 mm thick.
In terms of connectivity, it features two USB Type-C ports for charging and data transfer and includes a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It also supports stylus input. A 56Wh battery powers the device. While it was initially announced to retail for $1,649, the exact sales launch date remains under wraps.