CES 2020 Liveblog (Tuesday): Photos and News of All the CES Gadget Madness

The cellphone, pictured above is an idea. It appears to be like like a miniature ebook, however sadly there’s no display screen on the outside (only a neat crystal shard-like sample), so you would need to open it up each time you wish to use it. Like Motorola’s upcoming Razr, TCL’s cellphone doesn’t have a spot whenever you fold it up, so the screens sit flush towards one another.

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—Julian Chokkattu

Kindle + Laptop

Lenovo ThinkBook PlusPhotograph: Lauren Goode
Lenovo ThinkBook PlusPhotograph: Lauren Goode

Lenovo’s getting bizarre at CES this yr, and we’re right here for it. In addition to its new foldable ThinkPad, the PC maker is displaying off a laptop computer with an E Ink prime cowl. Yup, you learn that appropriately.

The ThinkBook Plus has an 11-inch monochromatic E Ink touchscreen (like a Kindle) on the skin of it—the half of the laptop computer the place you’d sometimes see a backlight emblem or select to show a garish assemblage of stickers. You can catch a glimpse of your upcoming calendar appointments whereas working from assembly to assembly, scribble one thing on the highest of your laptop computer with a stylus, and even learn a Kindle ebook when the laptop computer is closed in your lap. The relaxation of the ThinkBook is fairly commonplace. It’s made of anodized aluminum, has a matte end, accommodates a 13-inch diagonal Full HD show, is powered by a 10th-generation Intel Core processor, and runs Windows 10 Pro out of the field. It will begin at $1,199 when it ships this March, though the charging stand will value further (it ships later within the yr).

Oh! Did we neglect to say the charging stand? In case the E Ink cowl wasn’t sufficient pleasure for you, Lenovo has additionally developed an angled charging dock that connects to pogo pins on the underside of the ThinkBook. It won’t be as transportable as a charging cable, however no less than you gained’t continually journey over your USB-C.

—Lauren Goode

Samsung’s Infinite Galaxies

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone at CESPhotograph: Julian Chokkattu

Samsung, you’re making too many telephones! Last yr it introduced the Galaxy S10, S10E, S10 Plus, S10 5G, (take a breath) Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Note 10 5G, and the Galaxy Fold. That’s with out mentioning the extra inexpensive choices, just like the Galaxy A50. Yikes. Well, put together to be much more confused; the Galaxy S11 is across the nook, however new to the occasion are the Galaxy S10 Lite, Note 10 Lite, and the A51 and A71.

These telephones have fairly good specs, with the S10 Lite even equipping the identical flagship Snapdragon 855 processor because the 2019 S10 vary, however the compromises include the {hardware}, which feels low cost and plasticky. You nonetheless get extremely slim bezels, a stunning display screen, three cameras, and massive batteries. Samsung hasn’t mentioned how a lot these telephones will value or the place and after they’re launching, however count on them to sit down someplace between $350 to $700, with the A51 being the most affordable and the S10 Lite the most costly.

—Julian Chokkattu

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