Today Microsoft at its event has announced several new products that will be launched in 2019. Along with them it has finally shown us its solution on dual screen devices. His name is Surface Neo is expected to appear during the Christmas of 2020. So we still have a long time ahead.
The Surface Neo consists of two 9 οθό screens attached to a hinge that allows them to rotate 360 degrees. Microsoft has shown some capabilities in multiple processes, allowing the application to be moved from one screen to another.
Along with this comes a keyboard that can be placed on one half of the device. Using the Surface Neo as a laptop you can work the keyboard in a similar way to the Asus ZenFone Pro Duo. However, it can only be connected to the top of the screen with the rest acting like a virtual touchpad.
The keyboard is magnetically connected to the Neo frame when it is closed. The same goes for the Surface Slim Pen that charges while being magnetically glued to the Surface.
Microsoft has not made any further disclosures about the features of the device, which is not strange as the time remaining until its release is enough. What we do know is that it will have an Intel Lakefield chipset and run a special version of Windows called Windows 10X.