- The Intel Horseshoe Bend brings you the functionality of a normal laptop inside a thin foldable device in addition with providing you with a dual touch top class display.
- The Intel Horseshoe Bend currently has the 10 nm Tiger Lake Chipset architecture which allows for a 7 mm thick chassis with a 9 Watt TDP.
- The Intel Horseshoe Bend comes with full screen of the laptop measures a wide 17.3 inches diagonally which is large as compared to various other laptops as well as PC monitors.
In this world of emerging technologies some of the basic necessities of a person has been computers. They kept evolving from the ages of being bigger than a normal room to being able to be fitted inside your pockets. The age of laptops and touchscreen displays has made the room of a wide competition in between various companies to provide the users with the best specifications and make it as functional and easy to use as possible. Intel has always been one of the leading designers of systems and chipsets.
Now they bring their Horseshoe Foldable PC. The Intel Horseshoe brings you the functionality of a normal laptop inside a thin foldable device in addition with providing you with a dual touch top class display. The thin bezels and the innovative foldable display are what give the Horseshoe its uniqueness in this vast variety of computers.
Problem Solving By The Product
People like to use their computers whether it may be for their work or for entertainment purposes. Although they like to use them for as long as possible, sometimes they are limited by the portability or spacing around them. Then they have the options for mobile phones. Although the phones in today’s world are becoming more and more powerful but they have not yet been able to provide the comfort and usefulness of a normal laptop or a computer. The Intel’s Horseshoe foldable PC gives you the power and functionality of a regular 17.3 inch laptop whose screen also gets folded in half to manage the compact spacing you may have to use you device.
As the name itself suggests, the Intel Horseshoe Foldable PC has a foldable touchscreen design which aids a lot of people in many fields, whether it being graphic designing, video editing, sound mixing or automobile designing. The foldable touch screen allows you to handle the various components of the software like timeline, tool pallets and editing utilities at your fingertips where you would normally have the keyboard. They no longer take extra space to reduce the space you have for the actual video. Rather you can manage everything in a clean and non-confusing interface.
As far as using the foldable touch screen goes, you would have never experienced browsing the way you would feel it on the Intel’s Horseshoe PC. Scrolling through your social media or news feed or any other webpage has never been this good. You would feel like a never ending feed as the feed goes from the screen facing you to the screen resting on the surface through the folded screen which is held by hinges which are designed to be folded and unfolded as many number of times as a user wants.
Although you may not feel like needing the folded screen every time. That is when you can unfold the screen and use it as a normal 17.3 inch laptop resting it by the back stand provided in it. Attaching the external keyboard will allow you to take the complete advantage of the beautiful OLED screen and its massive 17.3 inch wide display. The hinges are in the form of a horseshoe bend with the outer surface covered with a classy leather finish. The kickstand also has a leather finish with it.
The device is powered by Intel’s new AI chip Tiger Lake. This next generation chip is supported by artificial intelligence to provide its user the best experience and distinguish well between the 2 modes of usage of the PC. The chip is slated and designed to improve the graphics quality and speed to provide the users a smooth and comfortable experience.
The Intel Horseshoe Bend currently has the 10 nm Tiger Lake Chipset architecture which allows for a 7 mm thick chassis with a 9 Watt TDP. The Horseshoe Foldable PC comes currently with the latest Microsoft Windows 10 with the good possibility of acquiring the, to be launched in the near future, Windows 10X. Microsoft plans to launch this version of Windows in the coming year.
The full screen of the laptop measures a wide 17.3 inches diagonally which is large as compared to various other laptops as well as PC monitors. Even when you decide to fold your Horseshow PC, it serves as a small 12.5 inch laptop which is pretty much for the normal functioning of the laptop and compared to the features and experience this laptop offers, the screen size doesn’t really matters. Anyway, with the never ending scrolls, you would never feel any lack of screen space around you.
To give the back a real and premium quality leather finish, Intel’s team contacted shoe manufacturers to find the best quality leather. The Horseshoe finish leather is a result of all these efforts and is all worth the effort Intel put in the device.
Plan For Launch
The leading PC chipset manufacturer introduced their latest device design at the CES 2020 in the starting of January 2020. Intel introduced this product as a conceptual aid to help other laptop manufacturers around the world to take some inspiration and adopt the design to improve the functionality of their own laptop brands. Many famous companies like Lenovo, Asus, HP have been trying the concept of dual screens but the Intel Horseshoe Foldable PC brings a whole new level of innovation and the famous brands all are looking forward to partnering with Intel to provide the best laptops to the users.
Intel is basically a processor and chipsets manufacturer which has been leading the semiconductor market for more than 50 years now. The best of the brands always tend to move towards Intel’s chips to power their devices. Intel has been leading the microprocessor and integrated graphics and all the computers work best with an Intel chipset inside them. Founded by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce on July 18 1968, Intel has its headquarters in Santa Clara, California, United States of America. Along with chipsets, the company also masters the production of modems, memory drives, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and various other important peripherals which power a modern day computer.