North Carolina, USA
Lenovo Group Limited creates the ThinkBook Plus, a creative business class tool for productivity enhancement with outstanding facial features and comprehensive business performance and entertainment experience, helping the new generation of the workplace to switch freely in work and life.
The project has been awarded a 2020 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, for its interesting features.
ThinkBook Plus uses the latest 10th-generation Intel processors as well as up to 512G storage and 16G memory. Especially, not only has it a 13.3″ FHD IPS LCD, but it combines a 10.8-inch touch-sensitive E-ink display on the lid. With the secondary screen, you’ll be able to use it to take notes, draw, or just see notifications that come in.
Don’t worry about losing your handwriting because it will be delivered and digitized into the laptop’s SSD storage instantly.
Naturally, you can use it to read and review documents, and you can annotate them as well with the Lenovo Precision Pen.
Of course, it also has the Kindle library.
The function of e-book shows that not only a designer is concerned with pop culture but also the ideas of ThinkBook, which is a balance between work and life. In terms of usability, you can log in to Windows with the E-ink without opening the lid.
In addition, there is a fingerprint indicator on the lid, which helps you easily find where the fingerprint device is and get its feedback in real-time.
Although two displays, the laptop still has a long battery life since E-ink has a low power loss property.
Project: ThinkBook Plus
Designers: Lenovo Experience Design Group, Lenovo Group Limited
Manufacturer: Lenovo Group Limited