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Lenovo Introduces World’s First See-Through Laptop at MWC

Lenovo Introduces World’s First See-Through Laptop at MWC

Lenovo Introduces World’s First See-Through Laptop at MWC

Lenovo Introduces World’s First See-Through Laptop at MWC

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As promised, Lenovo made its debut at the MWC 2024 Barcelona event to introduce Project Crystal, which the laptop manufacturer claims to be the world’s first laptop featuring a micro-LED display. The device resembles something seen in science fiction movies.

As predicted, Lenovo’s Project Crystal is purely a concept device for now, with no immediate plans for commercial release. The laptop was developed by the company’s ThinkPad division, renowned for its Notebooks.

Project Crystal not only features a micro-LED screen but also incorporates AI technology to enable its see-through display. This feature could be practical in environments like a doctor’s office or a hotel reception desk, where users can flip the display digitally to allow others on the opposite side to view information while receiving detailed explanations.

Lenovo proposes that integrating the rear camera within the system could open doors to potential augmented reality (AR) applications, such as object recognition akin to Google Lens functionality.

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Furthermore, the transparent display offers opportunities for further advancement, including overlaying diagrams or schematics onto objects to ease tasks like troubleshooting or repair.

Despite the multiple layers of the transparent screen, the panel is remarkably thin and resembles an ordinary piece of glass when not in use.

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However, it can brighten with a press of a button, reaching an impressive peak brightness of 3000 nits. Lenovo is considering adding a contrast layer to allow the screen to become opaque like a traditional laptop. However, the resolution on the screen is not particularly high.

Project Crystal departs from the conventional keyboard setup and incorporates one of Lenovo’s touch-based replacements, reminiscent of earlier Yoga Books.

Though, it faces familiar challenges, such as the absence of tactile feedback leading to hand drift while typing, resulting in reduced accuracy. Lenovo aims to address this issue using AI, which will learn a user’s typing habits and make necessary adjustments.

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Despite some drawbacks like having only two ports, an older CPU, a weak hinge, and a tendency to accumulate static charge, ultimately, these issues are negligible as Project Crystal is primarily intended to showcase its innovative display technology, with other features serving to present it as a laptop concept.

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