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ASUS brings AI to dual-display Project Precog concept

Aside from unveiling the much-hyped ROG Phone, ASUS had one more surprise up its sleeve. During its ZenBook launch at Computex 2018, the Taiwanese company teased a laptop concept it’s planning to release in the coming year. Called Project Precog, this concept is the first dual-screen laptop from the brand and has what the brand says are artificial intelligence-related features. It will supposedly be able to do things like optimize your battery charging depending on the time of day, provide suggestions when you’re editing things like Excel documents, among other things.

Project Precog is part of Intel’s AI for PC Developer program and shows what Intel’s technology combined with PC makers can do. This concept makes use of Intel’s Movidius visual processing unit, so it’ll supposedly be able to track where your hands are on the screen at all times.

This laptop is a full-fledged convertible machine so it can be used in different modes: in tent, folded as a tablet, as a traditional laptop, or flat on the table. It seems you can even connect an external keyboard to it and have it propped up in portrait mode.

It borrows its looks from ASUS’s Zenbook line but we’re not sure if it’s going to retain this look if and when ASUS releases the product next year.

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