Intel Dual-Screen Prototype

Photo credit: The Verge

In the future, we may see dual-screen devices that merge tablets and laptops into one, just like Intel’s Tiger Rapids. It features a regular LCD display and an electronic paper display, with the latter barely consuming any power, but is meant for writing on. The hinge enables it to close flat like a book, similar to the Lenovo Yoga Book. Continue reading for another video, more hands-on pictures and additional information.

Intel Dual-Screen Prototype
Intel Dual-Screen Prototype
Intel Dual-Screen Prototype
Intel Dual-Screen Prototype

“Intel may not be able to get 10nm chips manufactured right now, but it can build a really fascinating – and functional – computer. Copper Harbor, for all its prototypey foibles, shows that the only thing keeping the industry from creating the next generation of computers is will and vision, not a lack of technological prowess. Intel still has that, and it’s pushing PC makers to take advantage of it,” according to The Verge.