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Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus Twist is a laptop with two rotating screens

Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus Twist is a laptop with two rotating screens

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Lenovo always has some big surprises in store at CES, and this year the company is bringing some wild concepts to the show. Consumers can look forward to the Lenovo Book 9i, but on the more business-oriented side we have the new Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Twist. This is also a dual screen laptop, but actually both are on the top half of the laptop and one of them is an E Ink panel.

Lenovo also introduced a new ThinkBook 16p Gen 4 and some accessories, as well as the new ThinkCentre neo 50q Gen 4.

Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Twist

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The ThinkBook Plus Twist is one of the most exciting dual-screen devices at the show, but it’s not a dual-screen laptop like you might think. Instead, each display is on a different side of the laptop’s top half, which is what Lenovo has done in the past. On the inside is a 13.3-inch OLED panel with 2.8K resolution and 100% DCI-P3 coverage, but on the outside you’re getting a 12-inch color E Ink display that’s quite impressive ideal for reading, especially if you want to save electricity. But that’s not the best part.

Lenovo has given the ThinkBook Plus Twist a rotating lid, meaning that once you open the laptop you can flip the screens around and have the E Ink panel on the inside and the OLED display on the outside. There are a few reasons you might want to do this. This allows you, for example, to use the OLED display to watch content in tablet mode, which can be more convenient than leaving the laptop open when you just want to watch a movie.

Lenovo Thinkbook Twist 3

On the other hand, having an E Ink display inside can be useful for writers. E Ink displays are a lot less straining on the eyes, and if you’re writing for a long time, it can make the experience that much more enjoyable. This E Ink panel has a 12Hz refresh rate, so it’s still smooth enough for writing, although it’s not ideal for general use. Both displays also support touch and pen input, allowing you to browse or take notes in a more natural way.

In terms of performance, the Lenovo ThinkBook is powered by 13th Gen Intel Core processors and comes with up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. It will be available in June with a starting price of $1,649.

Lenovo ThinkBook 16p Gen 4 and the Lenovo Magic Bay

Lenovo ThinkBook 16p 5

It might not be as flashy as the ThinkBook Plus Twist, but the new ThinkBook 16p Gen 4 is a very interesting laptop too. It’s in a much more typical form factor, with a 16-inch display with a 3.2K resolution and a smooth 165Hz refresh rate. It’s powered by 13th Gen Intel Core H-series processors and includes Nvidia GeForce graphics RTX 40 series, so it’s clearly geared more towards users who need powerful specs. It can handle content creation, video editing, and even gaming.

This is also the first redesign of Lenovo’s performance-oriented ThinkBooks and features a larger 80Wh battery and touchpad, as well as a 1080p webcam. But these are mostly things you would expect.

What is truly unique about this laptop is the pogo pin connector, which sits on top of the display and powers the Lenovo Magic Bay accessory. Lenovo is launching a range of accessories alongside the ThinkBook 16p Gen 4, starting with the Magic Bay 4K webcam with support for autofocus, auto-framing and an adjustable field of view. The camera can also be rotated 270 degrees so you can show something in front of you.

Lenovo ThinkBook 16p 4

Another accessory is the Lenovo Magic Bay Light, which is basically a fill light to improve video clarity on calls. The light turns on automatically when the camera is activated to ensure you are visible. Finally, there is the Lenovo Magic Bay LTE, which adds LTE support to the laptop. This one actually has a USB-C port, so you can use it with other laptops too, and it makes it easier to stay connected to the internet when travelling.

The Lenovo ThinkBook 16p Gen 4 will be available in May starting at $1,349. The Magic Bay accessory is not sold separately, which means you must bundle it with the laptop when you purchase it.

Lenovo ThinkCentre neo 50q Gen 4

Angled view of the Lenovo ThinkBentre neo 50q Gen 4 desktop connected to a monitor, mouse and keyboard.

On the desktop side, Lenovo today introduced the ThinkCentre Neo 50q Gen 4, a compact desktop PC for SMBs and enterprise customers. This machine comes in a compact one-liter chassis and packs 13th Gen Intel Core processors along with up to 1TB of SSD storage, 1TB of hard drive space and 32GB of RAM.

The PC features a variety of ports, including an adjustable BTB port, and also includes Lenovo’s ThinkShield security features. It is available by default with Windows 11 or IGEL OS.

The Lenovo ThinkCentre neo 50q Gen 4 is expected to launch in October with a starting price of $499 with Windows 11.

ThinkBook Wireless Dock for ThinkBook 13x Gen 2

Rear view of the Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless Dock with the ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 laptop on the charging pads.

Finally, Lenovo introduces a wireless docking station for the Lenovo ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 that expands the wireless capabilities of this laptop. The laptop itself was launched last year and came with an optional 65W wireless charging accessory. Now Lenovo is taking it a step further with a complete docking station that leverages Power-by-Contact technology and Wi-Fi 6.

Put simply, with the ThinkBook Wireless Dock you can simply place the Lenovo ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 on the charging pads and it will not only start charging but also connect to any devices connected to the dock, including up to two 4K displays 60Hz along with USB peripherals. The dock even includes Qi wireless charging, so you can keep your phone charged too.

The ThinkBook Wireless Dock is only available as a bundle with 2023 models of the ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 and is not sold separately.

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