The way forward for PCs, as Intel sees it, is beginning to flip a couple of heads.
Introducing Tiger Rapids, the dual-screen virtual pocket book that may be a game-changer for designers and artists.
Intel has spent roughly two years refining this prototype PC instrument – the design of which used to be in response to the ever-popular Moleskine pocket book – which permits customers to do the entirety from note-taking and displays, to making intricate drawings and sketches.
Opening like a conventional Moleskine pocket book, Tiger Rapids is super-compact, measuring skinnier than an iPhone eight at simply four.85mm thick, with every display wearing a small however mighty 7.Nine-inch LCD show. It even comes entire with a loop at the proper to stash your pen. Powering this light-weight instrument is a Kaby Lake Core processor, with an undisclosed quantity of reminiscence.
For the ones of you studying this questioning when – or even supposing – Tiger Rapids will ever be to be had to the loads, the excellent news is that is one thought that can undoubtedly be realised. Whilst Intel has no plans to carry it to marketplace, the corporate has equipped the design to choose companions, with Tiger Rapids-inspired merchandise from Asus and Lenovo set to be showcased on the Computex computing industry display in Taipei this week.
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[Supply: Virtual Arts]