If I'm honest, the phrase "Honeycomb Glacier" makes me think of an ice cream dessert with a crunchy treat produced by bees on top, not a PC concept for games.
But standing in a semi-secret lab inside the Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, I can not help thinking that it is the most convincing argument that has been created for a robust two-screen laptop.
You may know that chip makers like Intel do not only produce processors; They spend a lot of money creating new markets for those chips by discovering what people want on their next computer and working with PC. Manufacturers will make these new features a reality. Sometimes, they build complete sample PCs for the industry, as we saw first-hand when Intel's dual-screen Tiger Rapids prototype became the Lenovo Yoga Book C930 last year.
By 2019, Intel is building something a little more robust than that small laptop. of a PC. Intel's Honeycomb Glacier is an attempt to bring two screens to the game's audience: a 15.6-inch primary panel with 1080p resolution and a 12.3-inch secondary screen with 1920 x 720, so that it complements, rather than distracts, their games.
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Pero where virtually all laptops with screens require secondary crouching on your keyboard, including the new Asus ZenBook Pro Duo and HP Omen X 2S just announced in Computex, the Honeycomb Glacier lifts both screens The air uses a unique double hinge.
Intel is so proud of this hinge that it does not it would allow us to take photos or videos or the internal mechanism, but it works in the following way: when you lift the screen, it will stay automatically supported in any angle of your choice thanks to a roller clutch One-way mechanical, and you press a small black button on the left side to disconnect that clutch when you want to fold it.
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