Followed by Lenovo, Intel has showcased the foldable PC at the ongoing CES 2020. Intel has also showcased the new 10nm based processor – Tiger Lake.
Speaking about the foldable PC, the device is coming with the OLED panel, and the same features a 17.3-inch. This foldable device is all display minus any physical keyboard and when the device is in the unfolded stage, the device will have a 17-inch monitor.
The device also has a kickstand at the back and this will allow users to pair it with a wireless keyboard and mouse to use the entire screen. There’s also an option to use an on-screen keyboard as well. Moreover, Intel also demonstrated webpage scrolling as well as the video editing on the foldable PC.
It will also allow users to watch a video on one half of the display and you can also read any contact on the other half side. The device also said that the device was running Windows 10, but Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10X will be a perfect match for the form factor.
Coming to the new Tiger Lake, the company didn’t reveal the specification details of the chip but confirmed to power the laptops by later this year. But we know that it will have a double-digit performance boost over 10th Gen Intel Core processors, and the same will also feature Intel Xe graphics architecture, and the company claims that it can match standalone GPUs. Moreover, the new Tiger Lake will also feature native Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.
So, let’s wait for the details in the coming days and we would like to hear your thoughts about the same in the comments section below and check out all the announcements of the CES 2020 event on our dedicated page.