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Another day, another dual-screen laptop, and this time, it’s Intel’s “Twin Rivers”. Featuring two 1920×1280 displays that can be used in a traditional convertible mode, which enables users to rotate between laptop and tent modes. Though you can type directly on the bottom screen with a virtual keyboard, Intel also provides an ultra compact Bluetooth keyboard that can be placed on top of the display. Plus, the second display can be used as a digital trackpad for controlling your mouse cursor. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
“The whole package is neatly wrapped up in fabric that makes the device feel like it has a book cover. In fact, the 2-in-1 also behaves like a book when you lift and rotate it so that the screens are in portrait orientation. Intel showed off a comic book reader and a recipe app in this mode, and as I swiped my finger across the screen on the right, the graphic novel flipped to the next page,” reports Engadget.
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