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Inside Intel's lab: First look at new foldable laptop PC

At CES, Intel showed off a foldable screen 2-in-1 that can fold from a 17.3-inch tablet into a 12.5-inch clamshell-style laptop. CNET got an exclusive in-depth look at the foldable PC prototype which is codenamed Horseshoe Bend.

What began as crude foam cutouts is now a working computer that could hit store shelves in 2021 -- if Intel persuades PC makers to turn the prototype into their own products. Following in the footsteps of foldable phones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Motorola Razr, the Horseshoe Bend foldable PC is the next step in a profound change to mobile devices that flexible screens make possible.

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