it is having rear side camera..like other tablet...can anyone reply me guys
Foldable screens might be clever, but they're incredibly fragile. This looks like a much better solution. I don't seen the gap between the 2 screens as a problem, it's more like a physical book: whoever said they needed the writing to go right up to the fold ?
soraygoular, 03 Oct 2019it has so much bezels around and ummm its 2 individual screens if it was only one display it w... moreThis isn't supposed to be the same as a folded screen. U aren't seeing the big picture here and not all companies have to go on the same direction. This is product diversity. I have imagine as Book as well a Laptop when u add the board which as 2 options of interactions with or without trackpads. It's a great product for whoever seeks products like hybrids (surface go, lenovo miix, Asus, etc). For other segments they have other products like Pro X, Surface 7, Laptop Surface 3, etc. This will be good for Microsoft and the consumer.
it has so much bezels around and ummm its 2 individual screens if it was only one display it was quite better and that little gap right between 2 displays has ruined everything and if it was bigger was more useful umm most parts are okay but really the display sucks like if it was a foldable display and an arm processer like the one that apple is using on ipad pro with that amazing power and power efficiency right now it has 2 problems first chipset isnt for future second display sucks
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2019I donÂ’t see the use case for something like this. What am I overlooking?It's for those wanting something new and different from what everyone else has. That's pretty much it as far as I can see.
I think some games can be optimized for it. Multiplayer games when it is in "tent mode" and each player has their own screen which the other can't see.
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2019I donÂ’t see the use case for something like this. What am I overlooking?Basically its a year 2020 PC laptop.
I donÂ’t see the use case for something like this. What am I overlooking?
naive1926, 03 Oct 201964bit on X86?Yup. Intel lakefield, same excitement when haswell was released.
Whereby haswell introduce us to low power computing. this one gonna push that limit to mobile standard.
Good that it still run intel. Still can enjoy that sweet sweet x86 applications.
And hopefully at that time when usb 4 becomes mainstream.(Thunderbolt 3) Then couple this with a egpu, not bad for the occasional gaming.
Problem is weight.. 1.3kg is very heavy for that standard.