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Lenovo launches first foldable PC ‘ThinkPad X1 Fold’ at Rs 329,000 in India

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The latest PC adapts to the new remote, office, and hybrid working models, enabling trailblazers to embrace ground-breaking innovation to empower creativity

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Global technology giant has unveiled its first foldable — ThinkPad X1 Fold — in India at a starting price of Rs 329,000. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is currently available on Lenovo.com.

According to the Chinese technology major, the latest PC adapts to the new remote, office, and hybrid working models, enabling trailblazers to embrace ground-breaking innovation that will empower creativity, collaboration, and entertainment.

“With the ThinkPad X1 Fold, we have worked towards providing users with pioneering the world's first seamless foldable screen experience complimented with audio/video screen experience, ultra-light, and ultra-mobile products for a new hybrid working world,” Stephen Sequeira, Director, REL, India, said in a statement.

The new machine that weighs just 999 grams provides a split-screen experience and comes with a folding OLED screen that provides a full 33.52cms (13.3-inches) 2K display.

The device is bundled with the Lenovo Easel Stand for easy portrait or landscape placement on a desk and a Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard that nests inside the system and are wirelessly charged by being magnetized to the screen when the system is closed.

The company said that users can browse online, stream a video, or watch a presentation while using the Thinkpad X1 Fold like a tablet. The X1 Fold also offers portability and versatility that defines a new computing category enabled by Core processors, with and Intel's Project Athena innovation program.

“It comes equipped with the Dolby Access app that uses Dolby Atmos technology to simulate 3D sound. The different sound profiles empower creators and users to customize the sound to the correct content or simply allow Dolby Access to identify it and provide automatic adjustments with the dynamic profile,” the company said.

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