Lenovo rollable laptop and smartphone prototypes get their latest outing

a laptop computer sitting on top of a wooden table

Lenovo has unveiled a new rollable laptop prototype at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The Chinese tech giant also showed off a concept smartphone that can be rolled up like a scroll.

These prototypes offer a glimpse into the future of flexible electronics and come hot on the heels of other concept devices that have been unveiled in recent years.

Lenovo’s rollable laptop prototype is based on the company’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook. It features a flexible OLED display that can be rolled up to a diameter of just 3 cm. The laptop also has a built-in 5G modem for connectivity.

The company’s concept smartphone, on the other hand, is called the ‘ThinkPad X1 rizr’. It too has a flexible OLED display but is much smaller in size. The phone can be rolled up to a thickness of just 1 cm.

While these prototypes are still in the early stage of development, they offer a tantalizing glimpse into a future where our electronic devices are more flexible and portable than ever before.

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