Lenovo Reportedly Showcasing Prototype Transparent OLED Notebook at MWC 2024



Attention is now turning to the late February Mobile World Congress (WWC) 2024 trade show—following journos recovering from their recent CES gauntlet-esque ordeals. An exclusive Windows Report piece proposes that Lenovo representatives will be heading to Barcelona with a very special next generation laptop in hand. The publication has a outed a number of upcoming portable devices, two weeks prior to Lenovo’s intended showcase (February 26 – 29)—we witnessed a similar occurrence last year with WinFuture leaking Microsoft’s September Surface refreshes. Six notebook refreshes (ThinkPad and ThinkBook) are mentioned in the latest report, as well as Gen 2 version of Lenovo’s ThinkVision M14T portable monitor.

The alleged headliner seems to be a concept model, that slides into the company’s ThinkBook range—Windows Report has leaked heavily watermarked images, but little in the way of technical specifications: “Lenovo’s transparent laptop features a bezel-less design, with the display being completely see-through. The deck also seems completely transparent, with the main components being housed in and under the chin, which is the area that’s not transparent. There’s also a non-transparent slim frame that surrounds the entire deck, probably housing the ports.” An anonymous source reckons that the transparent OLED ThinkBook runs on Windows 11, and Lenovo’s tried and trusted design language is very apparent (when in use).