Asus plans to offer an adaptive input experience, which they call Intelligent Touch, which automatically recognizes the input device you’re using and changes the virtual interface accordingly. It can automatically adjust the keyboard location depending on where you place your fingertips, or automatically switch to stylus mode when a stylus touches the lower screen. The laptop will come with support for both Cortana and Alexa, which Asus has enabled to display on a different screen from the one you are using. It will also support Intel® Movidius
According to Engadget Asus intends to release the actual device next year, and I suspect the company is waiting for OS support from Microsoft before setting the PC free.
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