Lenovo unveiled its latest laptops at CES 2022, one of which is a creatively designed laptop. Named the Lenovo Thinkbook Plus Gen 3, it uses two screens, one of which is located next to the keyboard and is 8 inches. This display has several uses.
Specifications of Lenovo Thinkbook Plus Gen 3
This Lenovo laptop is equipped with a 17.3-inch ultra-widescreen display with a 21:10 aspect ratio, 3072 x 1440 pixels resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate, which covers the P3 color gamut 100%, which is remarkable for a gaming laptop.
But the different feature of this product is the secondary display that is located next to the keyboard and has different uses. This 8-inch display is like a tablet that supports a stylus and has a resolution of 800 by 1280 pixels. This display is located on the right side of the keyboard and touchpad.
You can use this monitor to view tools, a library for pictures, or edit documents and drawings. This display can also be used as a calculator, as it has replaced the letterpad. Lenovo, of course, offers users an interesting use for this display: Display phone content on this display using Microsoft’s Your Phone app. So you can access mobile notifications, images or files through this display.
Leaving aside the dual display, we come to the technical specifications of this product, which is no different from other powerful laptops on the market. This laptop uses Intel H twelfth generation processors and in the highest version is equipped with 32 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 1 terabyte of NVMe Gen 4 SSD memory.
Inside the power button of this laptop is a fingerprint sensor, and of course its full HD webcam uses infrared for face recognition system.
The base price of the Lenovo Thinkbook Plus Gen 3 is $ 1399, which seems acceptable considering its specifications and capabilities. This Lenovo laptop will be launched in May.