Dell folding screen and dual-screen notebook unveiled in CES.
By Pearle Caldwell 2020-02-24 163 17
According to foreign media, Dell unveiled two new prototype notebooks at CES 2020: the foldable Concept Ori and the dual-screen Concept Duet.
According to the analysis, Dell's two prototype machines basically sum up the future of computers-that is, larger screens are the future of laptops. As can be seen from the report, the collapsible concept Ori looks very similar to the Lenovo foldable PC prototype, while the dual-screen Duet is similar to Surface Neo.
Among them, the most futuristic is the collapsible concept Ori, just like in origami. What is known is that it is about 13 inches in size, and it has a QHD + screen, and other specifications (such as processor, memory, etc.) have not been exposed.
The Concept Duet looks a lot like the XPS 13 two-in-one, but the lower keyboard and trackpad have been completely replaced by a second monitor, with 13.4in FHD panels on both screens.
These two screens can be used side by side for multitasking, or they can be displayed as a single large screen, and the content spans two panels. In addition, it has a keyboard accessory that can be placed on top of a touchscreen, while the rest of the screen can also be used as a trackpad for more "traditional" laptop work.
The adaptation of dual-screen software and hardware is an important factor restricting its development. At present, with regard to the hardware, Dell, as a veteran PC manufacturer, should be more mature. On the software side, many people think it will run on the Windows 10X (not yet released), which will help bring the Concept Duet and Concept Ori from prototypes to market. There is no news about the price and release time. However, after this year's CES, there must be more and more dual-screen notebook products to meet with you.
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