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CES 2020 Hands On: Lenovo’s Bending Tablet Gets Real

Once a clunky prototype, Lenovo’s foldable-screen laptop inches closer to prime-time readiness at CES. Lenovo plans to start selling it later this year at a starting price of $2,500 .

By Tom Brant

The first time I held Lenovo’s foldable-screen PC, it felt cheap and clunky, as many prototypes do. But I could still feel the promise of a large-screen…

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