The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, a laptop claiming to be the “world’s first foldable PC,” is coming the way of the Philippines.
First unveiled in January this year, the 13-inch Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold sets itself apart from laptops in the X1 series by sporting a foldable display. Doubts on durability usually come to mind for devices with a foldable display, but Lenovo claims the X1 Fold has sufficiently passed durability and reliability tests, including Mil-SPEC.
The laptop’s hinge design lasted in opening and closing tests conducted over 30,000 times, which is equivalent to 3 to 5 years of realistic usage.
In terms of performance, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold has the specs to satisfy the productivity and business needs of users. It’s powered by an 11th-gen Intel Core processor with UHD graphics and runs on Windows 10.
For input, there’s a Lenovo Mod Pen stylus, a detachable Bluetooth keyboard, and of course the touchscreen. Other specs include Thunderbolt docking, optional 5G, 8GB RAM, 11-hour battery life, and 2K OLED screen.
If you’re sold on the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, it’s available on a by-order basis via Lenovo’s authorized merchant partners. Starting with the base variant with Core i5 and 256GB SSD, the official price is Php208,500.