- Brand Name: Lenovo
- Port: 2*USB3.1 Type-C
- Video Memory Capacity: 8GB
- Display Size: 13.3″
- Display Ratio: 4:3
- Screen Refresh Rate: 144Hz
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 11.5x299x236
- Hard Drive Capacity: 512GB
- Weight (Battery Included): ＜1.5Kg
- Hard Drive Type: SSD
- Item Condition: New
- Operating System: Windows 10
- Origin: CN(Origin)
- Model Number: ThinkPad X1 Fold
- Graphics Card Model: Intel UHD
- Type: Laptop
- CPU Brand/Model: Intel Core i5-10210U
- Panel Type: OLED
- Average Battery Life(in hours): 15
- RAM: 8GB
- Body Material: Metal
- Package: Yes
- Thickness: ＜15mm
- Display resolution: 2256×1504
- Graphics Card Type: Integrated Card
- Feature: Bluetooth
- Feature: Camera
- Feature: Backlit keyboard
- Feature: Touchscreen
- Feature: 4G
- Processor: i5-L16G7
- Ram: 8GB LPDDR4 4267MHz
- Memory: 512GB SSD
- Display: 13.3 Inch OLED Folding Touch
- Wireless network: WiFi 6
- Connectivity: 5G(SIM Slot)/ Wifi optional
Bundle 1:i5-L16G7,8GB LPDDR4 4267MHz, 512GB SSD,Intel UHD Graphics,13.3 Inch 2K Foldable Touch Screen,BT Keyboard,Pen
Bundle 2: i5-L16G7,16GB Ram, 1TB SSD,Intel UHD Graphics,13.3 Inch 2K Foldable Touch Screen,BT Keyboard,Pen
Reshape your reality
With the world’s first foldable PC
ThinkPad X1 Fold (13.3 Inch) PC
Carry small. Use big.
- The world’s 1st foldable PC
- Powered by Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Hybrid Technology
- 13″ 2K OLED display
- Stylish, extremely compact and portable
- Multiple use features: laptop, tablet, split-screen experience or one huge display
- Enhanced your experience with (optional) keyboard & (optional) pen
- Built-in ThinkShield security solutions
- Designed and testing for performance and durability
- Winner of 43 CES awards
- Delivers whatever your busy day demands
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is finally on sale. That’s right, after over a year of waiting, the first folding PC is on the market.
And that’s not just any folding screen inside the ThinkPad X1 Fold. It’s a 13.3-inch 2K OLED panel, and one Lenovo claims will last all day. Plus, there’s optional 5G and an attachable keyboard, making the ThinkPad X1 Fold — which looks more like an actual notebook when folded than any laptop I’ve ever tested — one of the most mobile PCs yet
“Creating the world’s first foldable PC is a major engineering challenge, but Lenovo is more than up to the task,” said Christian Teismann, President, Commercial PC and Smart Device Business, Lenovo. “Our legendary ThinkPad heritage has given us the foundation for progressive design over the years to now build an engineering masterpiece with X1 Fold, a new category of device that comes along once in a decade.”
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold design
Clad in a leather cover, the ThinkPad X1 Fold doesn’t look at all like a computing device, until you unfold it. Made of 11 layers — 5 of which are screen — the X1 Fold’s chassis includes carbon fiber, which helps ensure it lives up to Lenovo’s claims of MIL-SPEC-level durability.
Lenovo’s even added some new tests, including a drop test with the keyboard attached inside, as well as a folding test where messy detritus — you clean your crumbs out of your keyboard, right? — are inside the folding screen.
The X1 Fold is also designed to prevent dents and impacts on the screen, thanks again to the aforementioned carbon fiber.
The ThinkPad X1 Fold looks like a fancy leather notebook when closed. The front cover is layered in luxurious leather that you’d see on a pricey handbag, and a glossy black panel adds an attractive contrast.
Open the X1 Fold and your eyes will be greeted by a gorgeous flexible OLED display. The benefit of a foldable screen is that, when closed, the X1 Fold’s horizontal length gets cut in half. Of course, this doubles its thickness; The X1 Fold is 1.1-inches thick, which is twice as thick as the thinnest laptops. On the other hand, the PC is just 6.2 inches wide when folded.
At 2.2 pounds, the ThinkPad X1 Fold’s weight is closer to a featherweight laptop than a tablet so you won’t have any problems carrying the X1 Fold around or putting it into your backpack during your commute to the office.
The ThinkPad X1 Fold’s thick bezels give users a place to hold so you don’t accidentally swipe the display. That thick frame also offers a buffer between the flexible plastic screen and the outer edge for added production.
I was really impressed during my hands-on testing of the ThinkPad X1 Fold. The X1 Fold’s multi-link hinge kept the OLED screen perfectly flat so that the center crease was only noticeable at an angle when viewing content.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold display
You really have to see the X1 Fold’s display for yourself to appreciate its beauty. There’s something mesmerizing about holding an LG OLED panel. The deep blacks, incredibly vivid colors and blinding brightness suck you into the ThinkPad X1 Fold’s 13.3-inch panel.
We got to feast our eyes on the panel at CES 2020, and I can’t overstate how wonderful it feels to hold an OLED display in your hands. The flexible 13.3-inch display has a QXGA resolution (2,048 x 1536 pixels), which gives it a 4:3 aspect ratio. The panel can reach a maximum of 300 nits of brightness, a solid if someone lower rating than expected. The color is capable of covering an impressive 95% of the DCI-P3 color space.
All these numbers mean you’ll love streaming your favorite TV shows and movies on the ThinkPad X1 Fold’s flexible OLED display.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold durability
Lenovo is doing everything it can to assure you that the ThinkPad X1 Fold will be more durable and reliable than past foldable devices.
After testing six different designs, Lenovo landed on a multi-link torque hinge mechanism that manages stress when you fold the PC. This allows the ThinkPad X1 Fold to twist into various modes, so you can transform it into a book, tablet with a panel, or a clamshell laptop. The hinge felt sturdy yet I had no problem opening and closing the X1 Fold.
That hinge combines with a lightweight magnesium alloy frame and a carbon fiber-reinforced plates to reduce creases and scratches in the display. That OLED display has gone through “extensive durability testing,” according to Lenovo and should be able to withstand hard taps, tracing and even drops.
With military-grade testing, this is a ThinkPad device.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold ports
The ThinkPad X1 Fold will have two USB Type-C ports, one on the bottom and another on the edge of the top cover. There is also a SIM card slot so you can connect to your wireless carrier’s 5G network.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold keyboard
The X1 Fold is essentially a foldable detachable 2-in-1. With an attached keyboard you can pair it with Lenovo’s Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard, which is designed specifically for the X1 Fold.
You can use the keyboard with the full 13.3-inch display or when the device is folded in half so that there are two 9.6-inch displays. In the latter orientation, the keyboard can be placed on the lower display and the top panel will work as your primary screen.
The Mini Fold Keyboard is a definite improvement over the on-screen keyboard.
When you’re done using the ThinkPad X1 Fold, you can charge and store the keyboard via magnets on the inside of the foldable PC. Best of all, the keyboard fills the gap created by the X1 Fold’s hinge.
X1 Fold connect a full-size keyboard and mouse and a second display via USB Type-C and quickly place the device in the optional ThinkPad X1 Fold Stand in portrait or landscape mode. Users will enjoy the performance benefits of a complete desk solution.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold performance
This is what we’re most curious about. While a lot of the newly announced PCs feature Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs, the ThinkPad X1 Fold features an Intel Lakefield Core i5 processor and 8GB LPDDR4X 4267MHz of RAM. That sounds like enough for decent multitasking.
PCs with foldable displays are still something of a mystery, but Lenovo just provided the closure we’ve been needing. Its ThinkPad X1 Fold, the world’s first foldable PC, promises to deliver a unique viewing experience with its flexible OLED display, and couples that with ThinkPad durability, long battery life and strong performance.
In the meantime, we’ll be daydreaming about carrying around an OLED panel that bends to the shape of a notebook.
Unfolding new possibilities
Of course the ThinkPad X1 Fold provides a split-screen experience, just as the name suggests. Fold it like a book for two side-by-side displays—perfect for when you want to compare something, take notes, read, or just multitask. Turn it so the split screen appears top to bottom, and you can sketch, jot notes, or use the on-screen keyboard to type.
It’s all in the details
With a brilliant and seamless folding OLED screen, the ThinkPad X1 Fold provides a full 13 inch 2K display. When you want to browse online, stream a video, or watch a presentation, you can use it like a tablet, relying on the built-in kickstand or the optional easel to hold it up.
Anticipates your moves
With Lenovo Mode Switcher app, the ThinkPad X1 Fold PC orients windows on the screen to however you want to use them. It quickly and easily allows you to split the screen in two or use full width for one large display. It also automatically adjusts to display the on-screen keyboard when you need it.
A sketchbook by any other name
Covered in an attractive leather folio, the ThinkPad X1 Fold looks more like a sketchbook than a laptop. Compact and stylish, it’s functional too. The folio provides a built-in stand to keep your device upright. At just 2.2 lbs / 0.99 kg, it fits right into your jacket pocket—and even into a small handbag. Plus, it’s durable enough to endure rugged treatment on the road.
Give productivity a boost
Add optional accessories to the ThinkPad X1 Fold to take your experience to the next level. Plug into a USB-C dock and connect to up to two external monitors. The optional Lenovo Fold Mini Keyboard connects via Bluetooth®, can be magnetically attached, and charges wirelessly when the device folds around it.* When you want to take notes or sketch, the optional rechargeable Lenovo Mod Pen is ideal—especially with its epic battery life.
Engineered for a future of universal 5G technology, the ThinkPad X1 Fold offers a true smartphone-like experience in an always-connected PC. Speedy WiFi 6 lets you jump on crowded public platforms fast. And with the optional 4G / 5G service*, you can enjoy faster, more secure, access to your server and uninterrupted video streaming. Stay connected to what matters most, no matter where you are.
With discrete Trusted Platform Module (dTPM), the ThinkPad X1 Fold encrypts data making it more difficult to hack and keeping your critical data more secure.
With its durable multilink torque hinge design, the ThinkPad X1 Fold continues the ThinkPad legacy of trusted quality and reliability. Every bit of space is maximized with a custom motherboard that delivers powerful performance. Multiple heat spreaders disperse thermals to create ideal temperatures throughout. Of course the flexible polymer OLED display will endure the rigors of life.
|Processor||Intel® Core™ i5-L16G7 Processor (1.40 GHz, up to 3.00 GHz with Turbo Boost, 5 Cores, 5 Threads, 4 MB Cache) with Intel® Hybrid Technology|
|Display||13.3″ QXGA Foldable 2K (2048 x 1536) OLED, DCI-P3 95%, touchscreen, 300 Nits|
|Memory||8GB LPDDR4X 4267MHz|
*All battery life claims are approximate and based on two methods of testing: MobileMark® 2018 battery-life benchmark (with 200 nits brightness on a factory preload image) and continuous 1080p video playback on the latest update of Windows 10 (with 150 nits brightness and default volume level). Actual battery life will vary and depends on many factors such as product configuration and usage, software use, wireless functionality, power management settings, and screen brightness. The maximum capacity of the battery will decrease with time and use.
|Storage||512GB PCIe M.2 SSD|
|Graphics||Integrated Intel® UHD graphics|
|Security||Discrete Trusted Platform Module (dTPM) 2.0|
|Camera||Hybrid infrared (IR) / HD 5MP|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||
|Weight||Starting at 0.99 kg / 2.2 lbs|
|Color||Authentic black leather folio cover|
* Optional WWAN availability varies by region and must be configured at time of purchase; it requires a network service provider.
USB port transfer speeds are approximate and depend on many factors, such as processing capability of host/peripheral devices, file attributes, system configuration and operating environments; actual speeds will vary and may be less than expected.
|Supported Docking||USB 3.0 Type-C Dock
Docking stations sold separately.
|What’s in the box||