CNET News writes about Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus Gen 3. From the report: With the first two generations of the ThinkBook Plus, Lenovo put an E Ink display on the lid of a 13-inch laptop. The external display lets you read, take notes, get notifications and see your work calendar, all without opening the laptop. It’s a cool idea but also kind of limiting. Aside from being a laptop with two displays, the third-gen model is nothing like its predecessors. For starters, it’s an ultrawide 17.3-inch laptop with a 21:10 aspect ratio and a 3,072×1,440 resolution at 120Hz and with 100% P3 color gamut, which could be interesting if this were a gaming laptop. But it’s not, it’s made for doing work. The second display, an 8-inch color pen-enabled touchscreen with an 800×1,280-pixel resolution, is embedded in the laptop deck to the right of the keyboard and touchpad. It’s like if you set down an 8-inch tablet on your laptop’s keyboard and it just latched on and wouldn’t let go.
Aside from the dual displays, though, the laptop isn’t too unusual. It’ll be powered by 12th-gen Intel Core H-series processors and have up to 32GB of LPDDR5 memory and an up-to-1TB PCIe NVMe Gen 4 solid-state drive. It has security features you’d expect to find on a Lenovo business laptop in addition to a fingerprint reader in the power button and a full-HD webcam with an IR camera for face recognition and a privacy shutter. The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 will be available in May starting at $1,399, which seems reasonable for what you’re getting.