In front of CES 2022, pictures of a new widescreen laptop from Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus line have seemed online and it very well may be the ideal mobile workstation for content makers.
The PC creator has been experimenting with dual-screen laptops for some time now and past ThinkBook Plus gadgets have included E Ink displays incorporated into their lids. Not only can these external displays be used for reading ebooks or text documents however they can likewise be used for accepting notes as they feature stylus support.
Presently however, Lenovo appears to be growing its ThinkBook Plus line with a new model that incorporates a built-in graphics tablet right close to the laptop’s keyboard. With this new gadget, graphic designers and digital artists will actually want to work on content in Photoshop or other drawing software without having to lug around a different graphics tablet.
A productivity powerhouse
Albeit a picture of Lenovo’s most recent ThinkBook Plus laptop seemed online back in November, prolific gadget leaker Evan Blass has now shared four extra high-resolution pictures of the gadget on Twitter in the run-up to CES 2022.
These new pictures provide us with a superior thought of the gadget’s layout with the keyboard and touchpad on the left and the built-in graphics tablet on the right however they additionally flaunt its 17-inch widescreen display. The included graphics tablet includes a touchscreen display with digital pen support so clients can compose or draw on the screen.
The secondary display in Lenovo’s forthcoming ThinkBook Plus may likewise assist with helping the efficiency of content makers as it very well may be used as an app launcher. This implies that as opposed to opening the beginning menu or navigating to the taskbar to launch oftentimes used apps, clients will actually want to launch them directly from the second screen. Nonetheless, it could likewise be used to show another full-screen app which implies that clients can have Microsoft Teams, Slack or another online collaboration tool open while dealing with the main display.
While we’ll probably hear more with regards to the full specs of this new ThinkBook Plus at CES 2022, from Blass’ leaked photographs apparently the gadget will have an HDMI port as well as two USB-A and USB-C ports, a fingerprint sensor built-in worked into the power button and a webcam with a privacy shutter.