Lenovo has some wild thoughts to share. At an occasion in New York today, the company showed off its concept of the future of personal computing with a picture of a bendable laptop with a flexible display; a built-in keyboard; and even the mark ThinkPad pointing stick, or mouse stub — whatever you need toward call it. With this idea, the majority of the interaction would occur over voice orders or a stylus. Lenovo says that this idea would be accomplished through “advanced materials” and “new screen innovations.” That’s not particular.
— Lenovo (@lenovo) June 20, 2017
As much as I need to trust, I need to bring up that this idea isn’t probably going to happen, in any event not for some time. We’ve no flexible displays at CES occasions for quite a long time, but, we have no adaptable shows in our every day lives. The ideas that have turned out as physical models, are frequently so thick that we wouldn’t get a really flexible affair like Lenovo is depicting. Plus, coordinating stylus innovation is just going to make this harder to assemble.
Likewise, would you be able to envision exploring your browser with just your voice? That sounds like a nightmare. In any case, hello, I’m not here to smash dreams. I’m simply here for incredulity. Enjoy Lenovo’s vision of the faraway future.