Lenovo Unveils The World’s First 5G PC At CES 2020
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Photo taken on Jan. 8, 2020 shows a Lenovo 5G personal computer at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the United States. China's tech giant Lenovo has launched the world's first 5G personal computer at the ongoing 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, for the first time bringing 5G connectivity to a premium computing experience beyond smartphone technology. (Xinhua/Wu Xiaoling)
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Lenovo unveiled what it dubs the world's first foldable PC at CES 2020. Indeed, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is a foldable Windows 10 device, but perhaps, more importantly, the ThinkPad X1 Fold is a durable foldable device, fit for the ThinkPad branding.
Lenovo and Qualcomm announced the Yoga 5G laptop at CES 2020, which is the first 5G-enabled laptop to be released. The Yoga 5G combines Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx chipset with a custom antenna array developed by Lenovo. The laptop has been announced of $1,500, which is a little over Rs 100,000. The Yoga 5G will be available in Spring 2020 in the US.
While not as radical an improvement as MicroLED technology, mini-LED is a definite step up from the current LED implementation, as tinier LEDs can be crammed into the display backlighting to improve viewing brightness and contrast. As you might guess, mini-LEDs are making their first mark into the HDTV world, with TCL recently releasing the first sets using the technology. But the mobile computing market isn't far behind, based on the latest announcement from manufacturer MSI.
In advance of CES 2020, the company is introducing a new version of its Creator 17 laptop that will be the first to use mini-LED technology for its screen. MSI claims that the display will feature a brightness of 1,000 nits, far superior to even the brightest consumer laptops if its claims come to fruition. It will also provide 240 zones of local dimming, which allows for better contrast with whiter white and darker black levels.
Laptops are generally one of the first things that come to mind when you think of Razer, but at CES 2020 the brand focused its attention on its gaming desktop, a new mobile controller, and a 5G concept device.
Most of the Tom's Hardware editors will be in Las Vegas until CES 2020 officially winds down on January 10. Come back each day for the latest-and-greatest from the show floor as we make our way through who-knows-how-many booths, watch some of the world's leading tech companies strut their stuff in their own press conferences and meet with some of the industry's most promising companies one-on-one. 2b1af7f3a8