Lenovo Launches world’s first transparent display laptop with see-through keyboard at MWC

Lenovo presents their new idea ThinkBook at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in 2024. This laptop may be the first transparent display laptop in history with a detachable keyboard that is see-through. It has a 17.3-inch Micro-LED borderless screen; the idea ThinkBook has no bezels anymore because the transparent display completely fills the body of the laptop. The footpad design is the only visible surface beneath the see-through keyboard, giving the impression that the letters and keys float above it. The see-through keyboard replaces the tactile sense of pressed keys with a smooth surface and the sensation of tapping on glass because it doubles as a screen. From February 29th, 2024, MWC 2024 in Barcelona will be open for viewing with these features.


Lenovo brand is not new to researching screen capabilities, so it may not come as a surprise that the world’s first transparent display laptop with a see-through and detachable keyboard exists. It has already unveiled its idea for a rollable display that quickly expands and contracts the screens of its laptops and smartphones. Lenovo makes an effort to appeal to a variety of computer users with its transparent display laptop that features a see-through and detachable keyboard, particularly creatives who might want to sketch on a drawing board and students who would want to write with a pen on a screen.


Lenovo fans who want a paperless experience but still need to scribble or draw on a surface can find what they need in the concept ThinkBook. As seen during the unveiling at MWC 2024 in Barcelona, the world’s first transparent display laptop features a see-through, detachable keyboard that doubles as a drawing board. A compatible pen is included with the device, and when users flip off the display keyboard to activate the drawing board features, it vanishes. Lenovo claims that because their laptop has the first transparent display in history and uses Micro-LED technology, users can use it anytime, anywhere, without having to strain their eyes due to its high color saturation and contrast combined with a 1000 nit screen brightness that allows for maximum vision both indoors and outdoors.


Lenovo uses AIGC (Artificial Intelligence Generated Content) in its ThinkBook idea. Removing the keyboard is not an issue because the world’s first transparent display laptop with a see-through and detachable keyboard is likewise based on projection, or projected images and display. Lenovo notes that its AIGC allows for interaction with real-world objects as well as the overlaying of digital information. Additionally, because of the screen’s transparency and high contrast that effectively blocks out harsh lighting, the laptop appears to be perfect for any environment. Lenovo has not yet disclosed its plans to produce the world’s first transparent laptop with a see-through and detachable keyboard for its ThinkBook model; as of the story’s publication, it was still only a concept.

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