The Intel 'Tangent Bay' Lets You Multitask Twice as Well

By: Michael Woodworth - Published: Sep 25, 2009   Updated: Jun 14 2011 • References: pcpro
Intel has revealed a new prototype 'Tangent Bay' laptop with four screens. In addition to the main monitor, there are three small cutting-edge OLED touchscreens in the case. The touchscreens allow for a new way to browse media files like images, as demonstrated in the gallery.

This fully-functioning Intel 'Tangent Bay' prototype could dawn the future of both OLED monitors and revolutionize the design and functionality of laptops.

Implications - In this hi-tech world, business people and even laypeople are always multitasking with multiple devices. Computers that cater to this need to multitask by releasing all-in-one products are seeing mass consumer success. Additionally, with computer sales highly dominated by one particular company, other companies that release these products must up the anti and give consumers a reason to invest in their product. Stats for Four-Screened Laptops Trending: Older & Mild
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