In a CNET exclusive, Intel reveals how its premium Horseshoe Bend PC works. Now it needs to get PC makers on board.
And I mean a really big screen. It measures 17.3 inches diagonally, a notch bigger than the 16-inch display in Apple's latest high-end MacBook Pro. You can best appreciate it -- as CNET has in an exclusive look -- when you fully unfold Horseshoe Bend, flip out its built-in kickstand, perch it on a tabletop and use its wireless keyboard.
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Source by Cnet | January 07, 2020