Intel is clearly continuing to promote the development of laptops with foldable displays. These will mark a new type of notebook computer, which is expected to be available in the second half of this year.
According to a DigiTimes report, the chip manufacturing giant will provide chip power for its new notebook computers. In other words, the development of laptops with foldable displays is gaining momentum, and we will soon see laptop manufacturers launching their products soon.
According to the report, Intel has been developing notebook computers with curved screens, which will be put on the market by the end of 2021.
It is worth noting that the report also pointed out that the development of this new type of notebook computer has entered the final stage of its development.
At present, the detailed information about the foldable screen laptop is unclear, but DigiTimes also reported its possible price. According to sources close to the supply chain, the price of these foldable display laptops may be as high as NT$70,000 (approximately US$2,469).
Despite the huge price, the size of the foldable display itself may be one of the main reasons for its high price.
Unfortunately, we are currently unable to confirm this news, but we shall be monitoring the story as it unfolds to keep you updated.