Lenovo Tab Plus and Lenovo Transparent Laptop Renders Surface Online

The renders of the upcoming Lenovo Tab Plus and Lenovo transparent laptop have surfaced, giving an overview of their design.

  • The Lenovo Tab Plus will sport a thicker lower display bezel in comparison to other tablets.
  • Lenovo’s transparent tablet will have a bezel-less display
  • The transparent tablet may debut at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona this year.

Lenovo seems to be gearing up for two launches. One is of the Lenovo Tab Plus tablet and the other is of a rather unique-looking transparent laptop. This information comes from two individual renders from Windows Report, a Romanian tech portal. According to them, the Lenovo Tab Plus will have a bulky lower bezel, reminiscent of the original Lenovo Yoga Tab. The transparent tablet is expected to be one of Lenovo’s marquee products at MWC this year.

Lenovo Tab Plus: A closer look at the renders

Lenovo is expected to equip the upcoming tablet with a regular screen with rounded corners. The front camera will be placed horizontally on the large bezels surrounding the screen. Lenovo will likely debut the Tab Plus tablet with an OLED display with a 2K resolution.

The forthcoming tablet will sport a flat surface, which helps users carry it around. Lenovo will launch the tablet with quad speakers, with two speakers on the left and right sides. The renders confirm that quad speakers will bring support for Dolby Atmos.

The renders also reveal that the tablet will house the USB Type C port on its left side, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the right. The power button, volume rockers, two microphones, SIM card, and microSD card slot will be present on the top of the device.

Lenovo will continue to launch the tablet with a larger stand in comparison to its predecessors. The rear panel will also house a single camera on the top right corner. The tablet is expected to ship with a sleeve and stylus.

Lenovo’s transparent tablet: Renders hint at a bezel-less design

Windows Report’s renders of Lenovo’s transparent laptops have brought to light some important observations. The laptop’s display will have extremely narrow bezels on the top and edges, but it’s chin seems to be opaque. This is because it will be an attachment point to the hinge. Further, the frame of the laptop will also not be transparent and will likely house the ports. The renders also confirm that this laptop will be powered by Windows 11.

Samsung was the first manufacturer to showcase a transparent OLED screen at CES 2010. This year, the interest transparent display tech has resurfaced, as LG also showcased the Signature OLED T transparent TV, also at CES.