Another Intel prototype uses two conventional monitors that look very similar to Lenovo's Yoga Book product. The keyboard can be displayed on one side to use the device in a laptop-like mode, but typing will be performed on the display. The project name for Intel is Tiger Rapids. for a long time,MicrosoftResearching collapsible dual-screen devices has been ongoing, and just like the Courier concept, Microsoft's device codenamed Andromeda is said to use Qualcomm's ARM processors.
Recent rumors also suggest that Dell may consider running dual-screen devices on ARM processors. Despite this, Intel does not intend to make its concept a reality. Intel is sharing its reference design with OEM partners while Asus and Lenovo areDevelopmentDevices inspired by Intel's own ideas.