The 17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus has a secondary drawing screen

New 17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus laptop has a second screen for drawing

Next Lenovo ThinkBook Plus could be more practical, at least if you are a beginner. Well-known news reporter from the IT world Evan Blass he shared on Twitter, as he said, a picture of a 17-inch ThinkBook Plus model. However, unlike the current 13.3-inch system, you wouldn’t have to turn the machine to use the e-paper screen on the back. Instead, to the right of the keyboard, you have a color screen with the option of a pen that you can use to draw or take notes by hand.

The 17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus has a secondary drawing screen
17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus (source: Evan Blass, Twitter)

Blas didn’t share other details, but the 17-inch ThinkBook Plus would seemingly have an extra-wide main screen and get a full keyboard along with a large trackpad. We expect the relatively fast internal elements to help launch the second screen, much like the comparable Asus ZenBook Duo.

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It’s not certain when this extra-large ThinkBook Plus will ship to market. Lenovo has historically always reserved some of its biggest laptop presentations for CES in January, but that doesn’t stop the company from launching a device like this at the last minute before the Christmas and New Year holidays. In any case, the picture suggests that Lenovo has not given up on the Plus concept – if nothing else, it is exploring new concepts that might prove appealing to creatives and others to whom they have not paid enough attention in the past.

New 17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Price and Release Date

At this moment the are no official statement for the price and release date of a new 17-inch Lenovo ThinkBook Plus laptop.

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source: Engadget

Lenovo’s rumored 17-inch ThinkBook Plus has a second screen for drawing

 

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