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26 Feb, 2024
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While stunning in design and futuristic in appearance, the device remains a prototype, with no immediate plans for commercial release.

The transparent microLED display, coupled with integrated AI capabilities, promises versatile functionalities. For instance, users can seamlessly reverse the display via software, enabling easy sharing of information without physically flipping the screen.

Moreover, the built-in rear camera enables augmented reality (AR) applications, such as object identification and overlaying diagrams for troubleshooting or repair purposes.

While microLED displays are currently reserved for high-end devices like Samsung's "The Wall" or Apple's "Vision Pro," Lenovo's foray into transparent microLED technology hints at potential advancements in display technology and user interaction.

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