Samsung Show and Intel Exhibit New ‘Slidable’ Monitor Prototype – Assessment Geek



Samsung Show and Intel are creating what they name “slidable” PCs. The businesses revealed an increasing show prototype at Intel’s innovation keynote this week. Samsung Show CEO JS Choi took the stage to display the system, which he stretched from 13 to 17 inches in a single pull.

Choi says the show represents an necessary instance of ecosystem collaboration between {hardware} and software program builders. And that this sort of innovation will set the development for the way forward for PCs. He additionally claims that that is the primary demonstration of a 17-inch slidable show for PC. He additionally declares foldable expertise useless.

“This system will fulfill the person’s want for a big display screen, and likewise is the portability as nicely. With a versatile show, we applied sliding expertise slightly than foldable. Foldable is gone, nevertheless it’s simply starting, proper?”

Choi ended the demonstration by saying that we’ll see slidable expertise applied into merchandise within the close to future.

Whereas the slidable monitor stands out as the first 17-inch slidable show, it’s not the primary slidable system on the market. Samsung Show’s mum or dad firm, Samsung, demonstrated a slidable smartphone earlier this 12 months.

And it’s attention-grabbing for the CEO of Samsung Show to declare foldables useless, since Samsung had an enormous launch of its new foldable Galaxy Z Flip sequence final month.

Supply: CNET, The Verge

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