Leaked Lenovo ThinkBook Plus reveals dual screen with stylus support

A slightly strange-looking Lenovo laptop was leaked over the past weekend. Coming to us through trustworthy and abundant gadget leaker Evan Blass on Twitter, the laptop is apparently part of the ThinkBook range and will sport a 17-inch screen along with a lesser display where a number pad would generally be on a keyboard.

A stylus deliberately positioned on the reduced screen denotes it will probably be a touchscreen, letting users write, draw or doodle as needed. Whether the main display also approaches with stylus support is as however uncertain.

Regrettably, other than a render, nothing else has been publicised about the laptop. Surprisingly no specs have leaked, not even the size of the second display.

As with any leak or rumour, we’d propose taking this news with a pinch of salt until Lenovo agrees to make its official announcement. In detail, just for a device is publicised, doesn’t mean it will ship to customers we’ll just have to wait and see for the official announcement from Lenovo officials.

Lenovo has usually used tech trade shows like CES to declare innovative devices, so we wouldn’t be astounded if this dual-screen ThinkBook Plus makes its debut at CES 2022, planned to begin on 5th January. That’s not to approximately the laptop manufacturer doesn’t have a Christmas surprise up its wrapper, and could be gearing up to make a holiday declaration.


Analysis: The short-term dualism of the ThinkBook range

Blass calls this concept device the ThinkBook Plus, which isn’t a fresh line of Lenovo laptops. A 13-inch ThinkBook Plus debuted at CES 2020 and was concisely accessible, but has since been dropped.

It too had two screens on the main display, plus an E Ink touchscreen built into the lid. Stylus support was accessible for the E Ink display, and it also offered you a way to check notifications and read ebooks deprived of demanding to expose the laptop.

It wasn’t the initial Lenovo laptop moreover. The Yoga Book C930 also approached with an E Ink display that substituted the whole keyboard. As advanced as this 2-in-1 was, it too survived a short life and can no longer be acquired in most markets.

With that kind of track record, will this rumoured 17-inch ThinkBook Plus do any well? Probably It might, allowing for the lesser display doesn’t seem to be an E Ink screen. It probably is a lot similar to the Asus ZenBook Duo, but we won’t identify how well Lenovo’s dual-screen laptop utilities in contrast except we know more details regarding the specs till the device is not in front of us.

We probably get the chance at CES 2022 and if this unfamiliar looking laptop does see the light of day, we’ll be assured to bring all the details regarding all the specifications and relevant details.

What’s your thought on this strange design 17-inch concept laptop of Lenovo? Are you excited to see this in real? Let us know in the comment section.

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