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The GPD Duo laptop will get two 13.3-inch OLED displays with an option to transform into a tablet

The GPD Duo laptop will get two 13.3-inch OLED displays with an option to transform into a tablet
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The company GPD, known as a manufacturer of miniature gaming computers and laptops, is now interested in full-size laptops. The company has published an image and some specifications of its future device GPD Duo with two displays.

The GPD Duo laptop has two 13.3-inch OLED displays. However, their configuration is somewhat different from solutions previously demonstrated by other manufacturers. Instead of using the second display instead of the keyboard, in the case of the GPD Duo, it is mounted on an additional hinge above the main screen. Therefore, it can be unfolded and positioned with two displays, one above the other. Also, the second display can be placed in front of the main screen or behind it, turning the laptop into a tablet. The device supports touch input (up to 10 simultaneous touches), the ability to use a stylus (4096 levels of pressure) and the Microsoft Pen protocol for compatibility with the Surface Pen.

"In the folded state, the device is the size of an A4 sheet of paper, and when both screens are fully extended, it measures 18 inches," GPD reports.

GPD does not specify the interfaces available on the Duo. However, judging by the image, it seems that there will be an Ethernet port on the back panel, as well as OcuLink for connecting eGPU. On the side, there are at least two USB ports, and on the left side of the laptop, there is something resembling a memory card reader. The image shows several other ports, but due to the low resolution, it is difficult to determine exactly which ones.

The GPD Duo will have a full-size keyboard and a conventional trackpad, distinguishing it from the Lenovo Yoga Book 9i, which came with a separate Bluetooth keyboard to be placed on the second display. The company mentions a 35W TDP and "an artificial intelligence computer," but does not specify which processor is used in this laptop.

Source: The Verge

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