The next trend in the hardware area is double screen notebooks, and depending on the location and angle of the screen, different interoperability can be achieved. At the Computex conference earlier this month, Intel displayed the concept notebook Tiger Rapids, where the B surface was a 7.9 inch LCD screen running the Windows 10 system, and the C surface was a low power E-INK screen, allowing users to write and graffiti like the A4 paper. The two screens are linked together through a new hinge design.
And there is reason to believe that Microsoft is also developing similar creative products. Many people call it
At present, there are many rumors about Microsoft's project, and the related patents have been exposed in the near future. At least, it proves that Microsoft is doing research and development internally. Intel believes that the dual screen device is expected to be commercially available by the end of this year, while Intel's own concept device will be released in December. Other manufacturers are also expected to launch similar products in 2018. Although Microsoft officials did not explicitly mention it, Microsoft was not expected to miss this feast.