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Lenovo presents the world's first transparent laptop

Lenovo Project Crystal


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  • Sony has revealed that PlayStation Network now allows login without a password, using biometric authentication or a PIN.

  • Xiaomi launched the Smart Band 8 Pro fitness tracker globally for 75$, and the device has been available in the Chinese market since August 2023.

  • Leaks indicate that Apple is planning to redesign the operating system for the upcoming iPhone phones, known as iOS 18.

Lenovo presents the world's first transparent laptop

At the Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, Spain, Lenovo surprised attendees by displaying the world's first transparent laptop. The computer features a MicroLED screen that can be seen from both sides.

The computer, called Lenovo Project Crystal, is a prototype developed by the company's ThinkPad division and is not intended for production or sale to consumers.

Lenovo said the Transparent PC is designed for scenarios where you need to share information without rotating the screen, such as in medical clinics, hotel front desks, meeting rooms, etc. The display can be easily mirrored across the operating system, allowing people on the other side to view the content.

The computer is powered by artificial intelligence and includes a Copilot button that provides instant access to Microsoft's intelligent assistant and supports wireless charging and biometric authentication. Lenovo did not reveal its specifications or price.


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