Lenovo TechWorld 2022: This is a notebook with a screen that stretches

Lenovo TechWorld 2022: This is a notebook with a screen that stretches

The screen is stored inside the equipment and can be moved from 9 or 10 inches to 13 or 14 inches; This is a prototype that the company has shown, along with a smartphone that is stretched

Lenovo showed off a prototype notebook with a screen that stretches to expand the amount of content it can display.
Lenovo showed off a prototype notebook with a screen that stretches to expand the amount of content it can display.

At the start of Lenovo TechWorld 2022, the annual event where the company (the world’s largest PC manufacturer) presents its innovations, Lenovo showed in a video two prototypes it is working on, both based on the same concept: A flexible screen in a device that maintains a regular format (i.e. it’s not foldable like Samsung and Motorola smartphones or a foldable tablet from Lenovo or Asus) and it allows Have a large screen as desired.

He first showed A motorola smartphone With a screen that goes from a compact format, 4 inches, and reaches 6.5 inches when the screen is extended, which seems to stretch, but simply opens a part that is hidden inside the equipment. In this case, the phone maintains the usual screen proportions, but allows for a reduced design that is functional at the same time: it does not use covers, hinges or dual screens.

This is Motorola’s cell phone prototype that goes higher

Peo has also demonstrated the same technology for the notebook it has A screen that appears to be 9 or 10 inches and “stretches” to 13 or 14 inches. The advantage of such a design compared to others (such as the triple monitor Razer showed in 2017) is that it is a single flexible panel to create a device that is slightly thicker or heavier than usual.

At Lenovo TechWorld 2022, they showed off a notebook that stretches

Hardly heavy, as it includes a small motor that extends the shade to its largest version, like a ship’s sail. It’s a little thick because the lid of this notebook will have to leave room for the screen, which is kept in a U shape, and it can’t have a very tight turning radius because it will damage the screen. Another alternative is that the bottom of the screen is stored under the keyboard; There will be a key in the bracket and how the hidden part of the panel is secured, which will make the keyboard a little higher.

Lenovo isn’t alone in experimenting with this type of design: Intel and Samsung recently unveiled a tablet prototype with a similar concept.

Samsung and Intel show 13-inch screen stretched to 17 inches

Source: La Nacion

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