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What testers say about Lenovo's transparent-screen laptop

What testers say about Lenovo's transparent-screen laptop

At Mobile World Congress Lenovo Made to attract attention. The laptop manufacturer boasts Crystal Project What the future could look like for this sector: a laptop with a transparent MicroLED display and a projected keyboard instead of a physical keyboard. In any case, the project is generating as much buzz as the transparent MicroLED displays Samsung presented at CES a few weeks ago.

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Augmented reality is possible

how Engadget, Gizmodo And Mashable reportsLenovo's idea for Project Crystal is to create a laptop that doubles as a laptop Augmented reality mask It can work. There is a rear one at the base of the laptop camera An integrator that can recognize objects. If you look through the screen, that object can be framed on the screen, for example, and users can call up additional information about it on the transparent screen. As initial testers reported, this worked well in demonstration applications at MWC, but it wasn't great.

Opaque with the push of a button

Text entered on the screen looks natural when viewed from behind Reversed. With the push of a button, you should be able to change direction instantly, so that during presentations you can instantly show your audience what you just worked on on screen. According to Lenovo, in the future it will also be possible to turn on the screen with the push of a button Vague Close. According to testers, this will be necessary urgently, because you do not want to constantly tell strangers what is happening on your screen.

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There are no noticeable buttons

Project Crystal has one 17.3 inch microLED screen With brightness up to 1000 nits. The dropped keyboard is the biggest thorn in the side of our first test subjects. Laptops that use touchscreens instead of a physical keyboard have the major drawback of not being able to type without looking at the keyboard. the Fingers position It can hardly stay the same. According to Lenovo, they want to be there Artificial intelligence to help. Its purpose is to analyze users' typing behavior and adjust key positions accordingly.