Lenovo launched its ThinkBook brand back in May, and it's been expanding it with some new, but mainstream PCs ever since. Today at CES though, the company announced a unique new ThinkBook called the ThinkBook Plus, and what makes it unique is a 10.8-inch E Ink display on the lid.
With the secondary screen, you'll be able to use it to take notes, draw, or even just to see notifications that come in. Naturally, you can use it to read and review documents, and you can annotate them as well with the Lenovo Precision Pen.
Of course, inside of the ThinkBook Plus, it's a regular laptop with a 13.3-inch FHD display and 10th-generation Intel processors. Ports include a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port, two USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports, and HDMI 1.4b. It has Harman speakers tuned with Dolby Audio, and it will support Amazon Alexa even when the device is closed.
Lenovo also introduced the ThinkBook 13.3" Plus Sleeve, which is exactly what it sounds like. Sporting a "contemporary design that compliments [sic] ThinkBook Plus", it has a microfiber interior with foam padding to protect the E Ink lid on the device.
And finally, there's the ThinkBook Bluetooth Silent Mouse, which is meant to be quiet.
The ThinkBook Plus will arrive in March, starting at $1,199, while the ThinkBook Plus Sleeve and ThinkBook Bluetooth Silent Mouse are coming in April, starting at $44.99 and $39.99, respectively.