With a 15.6-in. main screen and a trio of auxiliary 3.5-in. displays above its keyboard, Intel's Tangent Bay prototype helps you segregate and organize information. Put sticky notes, a clock, a menu from Word or whatever you want in the small screens; if you flick a screen with a finger, its content will move up and take over the main screen.
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