Motorola already impressed us with its foldable phone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, but its parent company, Lenovo, is also showing off a stunning concept laptop featuring a double-tap screen that raises its height. It’s jumping on flexible screens. button.
After seeing it in person, it’s almost like magic.
The concept device will be shown in the booth at the Mobile Trade Show primarily as a generic laptop with a keyboard, trackpad and 12.7-inch screen. However, the screen is flexible and actually slides in and out of the laptop chassis. Double-click the button on the side and the full length of the screen slowly starts working, revealing a larger 15.3-inch screen with an 8:9 aspect ratio.
This long screen format may be suitable for working pros as it provides ample space for scrolling down web pages or working on large documents or spreadsheets.
This is similar in principle to the technology used in Motorola’s circular phones, which also feature an expandable screen that provides a larger screen for viewing videos in a 16:9 aspect ratio. We plan to put it into production or use. Technology of future devices.
However, with so much time, effort, and money spent developing this laptop, it wouldn’t be surprising to see this technology made available for sale in some form or another within a few generations of products.