字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So you guys know I've been talking about folding screens. It's cool, It's side by. It's the future. Now, up until this point, I've only showcase the idea of a folding screen in a smartphone in the form of the Galaxy fold, which, well, who knows where that thing is. Right now, it's it's who confined it. I don't. Where's the Galaxy? It ain't here. It doesn't mean it's not the future. It doesn't mean it's gonna It's not gonna be an eventual reality because this tech the hardware appears to be here to stay and trickling into other devices, including this one in front of this thing is a prototype. But I am very excited to have it here. Toby, one of the first people to look at this in Studio. This is the Lenovo folding PC. Now you may have seen clips floating around the Internet. It's a totally different form factor. Forget about a smartphone. This is away. Bigger bolding display aimed at kind of replacing. Maybe your tablet, maybe your laptop. That remains to be seen. It's a clear indication into what a futuristic laptop replacement tablet replacement type of comps computing platform can be. I'm gonna bring in Willie do because he's been briefed. He's like, he's the expert. Look at this. You made notes and everything. We got to be prepared on this one because the eventual commercially available product may change a little bit in the showcase. The proof of concept really nicely. Whoa. Okay, at first it just It kind of looks like the X one tablet you have. The screen comes off from the key. It kind of seems like that's what it might be. But of course, I'm guessing like that's not the magic part. Well, the magic part is, what? Like this. Whoa. Now it's kind of like a notebook. Like a leather is kind of like a leather notebook, something you would write with a pen in it. It's got a similar vibe, like we'll get the size of its tiny now, keep in mind. I mean, like, we're looking at this. You see the hinges here, You're not really sure how it operates. Prototype. We just need to be clear. Prototype. Very. Obviously, this is an old as well, because it bends. So Samsung has, like a snap hinge. This one is apparently Tor Tor Tinge. Yeah, it sounds very powerful. Yeah. Apparently you could fool that many, Many times. They did a lot of testing. Obviously, you go prop it up like this, and there's some sort of a stand right. Am I right about this? Yep. Okay, so you could prop it up like this and then have what, like a little keyboard module in front of it? So 13.3 inch display. Kind of a surprising aspect ratio a little taller. The more interesting version of that would be like this, right? You would have it like that. Would like a keyboard down here. Yeah. And you could show it off. So top on that and it should re orient. It's he. And then you could check out video here. Whoa, You can start searching. It's so magical. So show. Look at that. Okay, well, so, uh, why don't you break down the specs for us here? Now you got a list there? So for the display, it's using a LG display here. Um, it's obviously old lead to K display. With the four by three ratio, each screen is 9.6 inches each of these, too. So if if it waas two separate displays. It would be 9.6 on each side. Yeah, look it. It's what I think I got a cookbook or something. Your will. And it's also uses a walk up ahead that could be attached right here. So apparently it's also got an all day battery in it. I mean, we don't How could we really break down? What that means at this point? Very early stages. It's also gonna be available in 2020 so it's still a ways out. Let's keep that in mind. Early days for a package this scale. Imagine you at the coffee shop with Oh, this is Super Port. I like you a lot. Okay, let me try typing on this. I'm really curious. I'm a big keyboard guy. Is the reason I'm even using the X one carbon. Now, can you hold it like this and start typing? I wonder if, like the keys can split and then you could start. I could type like this. I could happily this I could reach to the middle ago. Let's see Unbox therapy. Yeah. I mean, like, yeah, and that is so weird when you're just rolling on event on the bent display. Look at this, Jack. That's magic right there. Okay, that's technology. That's why we do this. It's why we're in this business. It's crazy, man. It's science fiction. What are we doing? What are we doing in technology? Well, it's like when I usedto watch, you know, in the old days, Blade Runner type stuff. This is what they couldn't put in the movie because they didn't have it at the time. But this is sort of what you imagined. I'm having a experience right now cause it's just it doesn't in your brain. It doesn't really fully. You don't fully receive it for, and just knowing that the keyboard is digitized, it could be removed at any time. It's like, Oh, it could be Maur Street realistic, changing its form to meet the criteria. Whatever it is that you're asking, that's the exciting part. This one demonstrates that possibly even better than the phone, because the phone there was a lot of conversation about. Well, when do you use the phone when it's folded up, and when do you fold it out? And do you have the time? Because with a phone, there's still a lot of one handed use that goes on throughout the day. Ah, casual, kind of like pop in pop out type of thing, kind of figure it out, still trying to figure it out, and from a form factor perspective to think roughly the same scale. This one has some key advantages that the phone can't say that it has to the same extent. If it's a replacement for a laptop, let's say it ends up in a way smaller package in a laptop with a similar specifications. A lot of people speculated that this was the true implementation for this test because laptops are big. Look at that thing that you're using and you're missing out a lot of screen real estate. If the keyboard there, you kind of have to think the opposite where, like the screen is first and then you know, you add haptic feedback or something. It becomes like a full fledged keyboard that you feel Mmm. And that's really all you need feel, though That's the thing that's for me. I'm always talking. Feel well. I know there's gonna be some external module, but, like am I carrying it everywhere? Probably not flip side, though. You pull that out at a coffee shop, whole your hits of it. You're gonna get some serious intention. Do the wall. Look, I don't know, man. I'm into laptops. I'm a laptop. I'm typing. Tactile. That's my thing. So is the form factor exchange significant enough for me to imagine a universe in which this is it? The most compelling part is the scale of it. You walk around with this, you don't even it's nothing. And then, of course, the fact that you get a lead, which is a difficult thing, and you don't see it in a lot of laptop to begin with. This is not the finished product. I expect this to improve. Yes, there are going to be some drawbacks. There are always drawbacks. Well, but in this case, the question is, do you get more than you got to give up? And maybe so. But what if I told you it's a 13 inch display right there? You'd be like nuts, not sketchbook. You'll be like, that's a sketchbook. I'd be like, Oh, yeah. Tough guy, huh? Yeah, Exactly. Tough guy. I'm excited to get to check stuff like this out. To be honest, I've said in the past, with stuff that super science fiction like this ambitious, like this. This is the kind of stuff that makes me appreciate this job specifically to get to examine this right. It's It's kind of on the cutting edge, the bleeding edge, as they say in Tech. So, uh, I'm excited for moments like this, and there you have it. It's the folding PC from Lenovo.