ASUS was hiding quite a bomb here in Computex 2018. During a press conference for their latest premium and consumer notebooks, the brand announced the Project Precog concept, a convertible Dual-screen AI PC.
Being a convertible it has distinct modes — Stand, Book, Flat and Tent. The concept is powered by artificial intelligence with adaptive input and intelligent touch. Basically, the PC predicts your movements and activities and acts accordingly (Ex. repositioning the keyboard depending on the position of your hands). Of course, with a dual screen, you can easily do multitasking. The brand is also promising a more intelligent way of charging.
Project Precog is still under development but ASUS is planning on releasing it in 2019.
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