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Reviews Samsung shows the prototype of a tablet with extendable screen

13:30  28 september  2022
13:30  28 september  2022 Source:   drwindows.de

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Samsung Ausziehbares Display © provided by Dr. Windows Samsung pull -out display

we can still find out whether and in what form computers or laptops with a foldable screen can be useful, because Samsung comes with another innovation around the corner (which is no longer so new) and presented the prototype of a pull -out screen.

on the keynote of the Intel Innovation Day 2022 JS Choi, the CEO of Samsung Display, had a guest appearance. It demonstrated a tablet with a screen diagonal of 13 inches that could be enlarged to 17 inches by moving out the screen (a recording is available on the Intel website , the demo mentioned here begins at 51:10).

As mentioned, it is a prototype, so there is still no specified devices or even a prospect of when they could come onto the market. The technology may also be a bit away from series production.

the idea is not that new. Microsoft already patented the design of a device with a folding and extendable screen in 2018, i.e. another year before Samsung officially opened this device category with the Galaxy Fold, so to speak. LG also showed a “roll -up” television years ago, the pull -out screen goes in the same direction, because here the extended part is rolled around the corner, so to speak.

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