And we thought ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 with its AniMe Matrix was cool. Now look what Lenovo has done to the cover of its ThinkBook Plus. The computer maker has slapped a 10.8-inch e-ink display on it.

The future of many screens is here. Believe it. Laptop has been around for decades, but it is only now that laptop maker have decided to make use of the real estate of the cover. Lenovo, I believe, is the first to do so. Correct me I am wrong.

Lenovo ThinkBook Plus with E-ink Cover

Anyways… so what you do with a second display? Loads of things. Including basics like receiving notifications of appointments, instant messages or important emails without the need to flip open the laptop.

You can create straight on the cover without prying open your laptop and with a large e-ink display, you can review documents and even make annotations directly.

Under the hood, ThinkBook Plus is moved by a 10th-generation Intel Core processors, backed by Intel Optane memory and standard SSD storage.

If you were to ask me what’s the coolest laptop to come out of CES 2020, I would say it was the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus. We love the idea. It will be more brilliant if it is always on and it isn’t monochrome. In that way, I will never have look at skin to have a customized look, like ever. Just a thought…

Lenovo ThinkBook Plus will arrive in March 2020, starting at $1,199. In the meantime, you can learn more about this laptop HERE.

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Images: Lenovo.

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