Lenovo has some wild ideas to share. At an event in New York earlier this week, the company showed off its idea of the future of personal computing with an image of a bendable laptop with a flexible display; a built-in keyboard; and even the signature ThinkPad pointing stick, or mouse nub — whatever you want to call it. With this concept, most of the interaction would happen over voice commands or a stylus. Lenovo says that this concept would be achieved through “advanced materials” and “new screen technologies.” That’s not very specific.
Lenovo likened the laptop to a “concept car,” which unfortunately means we shouldn’t expect a laptop with a bendable screen any time soon, if at all, as most concept cars rarely make their way to the road.
— Lenovo (@lenovo) 20 June 2017
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