Lenovo will launch a new ThinkBook Plus, which uses a rare fish screen in the notebook and supports touch. And it also comes with an 8-inch secondary screen on the C side, which is eye-catching. Today, the digital blogger posted a photo of the real machine of this notebook, calling it “too advanced”.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus is equipped with a 17.3-inch IPS screen, 21:10 ratio, 3072×1440 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 400nits brightness, 1500:1 contrast ratio, and 99% DCI-P3 color gamut.
The secondary screen on the C side is an 8-inch IPS screen, 10:16 ratio, 800×1280 resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, 350nits brightness, 60% NTSC color gamut, and also supports touch.
In the picture, the secondary screen occupies almost 1/4 of the entire C surface area, leaving the keyboard area relatively compact, and even the small keyboard area has been canceled.
In terms of performance, ThinkBook Plus will be available with i5-12500H and i7-12700H processors, core graphics, 16GB or 32GB of memory, and the specification is LPDDR5-4800.
This notebook is more than 41cm long, 23cm wide, less than 1.8cm thick, and weighs less than 2kg. In addition to full-featured USB-C and HDMI, the interface also provides Thunderbolt 4 and so on.