Intel Samsung Slidable PC Concept
It may be a while until we see MIT’s LEGO-inspired AI chip that can be stacked and reconfigured, but the Intel x Samsung ‘Slidable PC’ concept may be coming sooner than later. Put simply, it consists of a 17-inch screen that can be rolled up partially when not in use by simply pushing on one side.

When rolled up, it can be used as a 13-inch tablet, which puts it on par with the iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, etc. When fully unfurled, we imagine it could also double as a portable monitor for computers or game consoles. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on when we’ll see this in an actual product like the modular Framework Laptop.

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We’re announcing the world’s first 17-inch slidable display for PCs. This device will satisfy various needs for a larger screen and portability as well,” said Joo Sun Choi, Samsung President, Semiconductor, Display and LED Business in US.


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