In any case, the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Twist laptop was one of the most exciting devices in the Lenovo program, with two screens that can be rotated and used in tablet mode; But this product cannot be considered equal to laptops equipped with dual screens. Because, each screen is located on one side of the upper half of the laptop back to back and like two sides of a coin, which actually reminds of the design that Lenovo did before. The new Lenovo laptop has a 13.3-inch OLED display with a 2.8K resolution, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage and a maximum brightness of 400 nits, and it supports Dolby Vision HDR.
But, on the outside of the door, you can see the 12-inch E-Ink display panel, which is ideal for reading, especially when you want to do something in battery-optimized mode. According to Lenovo, this screen is of Front Lit type and the matte coating on it works in such a way that when writing on it with a pen, it is associated with the feeling of writing on paper.
In the ThinkBook Plus Twist laptop, Lenovo has made it possible to change the place of these screens from the outside to the inside. In fact, this possibility is provided by the presence of a rotating hinge in the center of the connection between the two halves of the laptop, and as soon as you open the laptop, you can rotate it around the hinge axis at an angle of 180 degrees and put the E-Ink panel inside. Bring it and use the OLED panel to watch videos or even design in tablet mode. In addition, it is easier to read in open environments and under direct sunlight on the E-Ink screen, and of course, in dimly lit environments and especially in the dark of night, reading on such screens will be much better than conventional screens.
On the other hand, having an E-Ink screen will be especially useful for writers or people who like to read electronic books, because E-Ink screens put much less pressure on the eyes, and if you write or read for a long time, using these types of panels is an experience. It will do you a lot of good. The E-Ink panel used in Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus Twist laptop has a refresh rate of 12 Hz; Therefore, if it is not suitable for regular use, it will be suitable for writing. On the other hand, both displays support touch and pen; As a result, the process of browsing the Internet or taking notes on them will be very enjoyable.