Intel Lakefield, Windows 10X and two displays: Surface Neo tablet introduced

In addition to the dual-screen Surface Duo smartphone, Microsoft has introduced another device with the same

special feature is the Surface Neo tablet.

Why do you need it

Microsoft Surface Neo runs on newWindows 10X operating system, designed specifically for dual-screen devices. The developers tried to make the axis as productive, energy efficient and easy to use as possible. Users will be able to take notes on one screen, and on the other watch a video presentation, write an email, while simultaneously viewing a spreadsheet with data. Similar devices from Dell, HP, Lenovo and ASUS will run Windows 10X.

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Inside and outside

Microsoft Surface Neo is powered by processorsIntel 11th generation, codenamed Lakefield. Their main Sunny Cove core is made on a 10nm process technology, just like the other four Atom cores. In addition, the processor supports Foveros 3D technology, which should improve performance and reduce power consumption of the chip.

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Two 9-inch displays, as with SurfaceDuo, connected by a strong hinge in the center and protected by Gorilla Glass. Each part of the device weighs 655 grams with a thickness of 5.6 mm. You can control Neo with your fingers, using the Surface Pen stylus or a special keyboard. The latter can be attached to magnets separately or in place of one of the displays. The keyboard will occupy approximately 70% of the display, which will allow you to use the free space to enter emoticons, switch documents or videos.

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Microsoft Surface Neo is still at the prototype stage; sales are scheduled to start during the Christmas holidays of 2020 (in a year).