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Lenovo just wrapped up its feverishly anticipated Tech World conference in the Chinese capital. The tech giant headlined its event with a number of innovative products like the nostalgia drenched (but incredibly futuristic) Motorola Razr, a foldable ThinkPad and Lenovo One – a nifty piece of software that allows users to control their phone from their PC. Lenovo didn't stop there though, it also showed off Project Limitless: the world's first 5G laptop. First announced back in May, Limitless is determined to bring blisteringly fast network speeds in a thin and lightweight Yoga shell. The Chinese tech firm once again exhibited the device on-stage. Limitless looks like a typical Yoga laptop from Lenovo, that means it comes with a display that can elegantly swivel around its base allowing you to enjoy superfast 5G in either a traditional laptop or tablet form-factor. Just like it did back in May, Lenovo made a big song and dance about its partnership with American manufacturer Qualcomm that has supplied its Snapdragon X55 5G modem to be fitted under the bonnet of Limitless. As the name suggests, the X55 allows the Lenovo device to support next-generation networks on the go. Qualcomm claims the Snapdragon X55 should not only deliver 5G, but it won't gnaw away at your battery life while it does thanks to a number of efficiency upgrades. Of course, Express.co.uk will have to test this ourselves when we finally get our hands on it. Why is the world's first 5G laptop a huge boost for Windows 10? Well, theoretically it'll allow you to download chunky files, stream pixel-packed 4K content and play online games with low latency when out and about. 5G is already here... in certain cities across the globe at least (including London, Liverpool, Manchester and many more in the UK). Follow this on OUR FORUM.

 

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