Samsung presented a 17-inch slide display for personal computers

Samsung unveiled a slide display for personal computers during last night's Intel event; A 17-inch screen that is only 13 inches in normal mode.

BingMag.com Samsung presented a 17-inch slide display for personal computers

Samsung unveiled a slide display for personal computers during last night's Intel event; A 17-inch screen that is only 13 inches in normal mode.

Intel held an event last night during which it unveiled its 13th generation processors. But that was not the whole story. In part of this event, the CEO of Samsung Display, JS Choi, came on stage to unveil the latest technology of this Korean company in the display sector. 17-inch slide screen that is not for phones or tablets but for personal computers.

This screen is 13 inches in normal mode, but if you open it completely, it becomes a large 17-inch screen. . Until now, we have seen the concept designs of products like this from other companies such as LG, but of course LG never had the opportunity to officially launch this product with its withdrawal from the smartphone market. This was while the company's slide phone was under construction.

Until Samsung unveiled its 17-inch slide screen, a product with such a screen had never entered the market. Of course, a product with this display has not been released yet and it is still in the "concept design" stage. But since Samsung has the necessary skills and experience in the field of producing such screens, it is expected to unveil products equipped with slide screens in the near future.

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BingMag.com Samsung presented a 17-inch slide display for personal computers

Of course, it seems that there are a series of obstacles in Samsung's way. Apparently, the screen produced by Samsung is more suitable for tablets than laptops, and if it is to be installed in a laptop, a series of changes should be made in its design. For example, a tablet, because it has a magnetic keyboard and can be easily removed, does not interfere with opening and closing the screen. But since a laptop has a fixed keyboard, there must be a series of changes in its slide display so that there is no problem for users when opening and closing it.

In the last few years, companies active in the field of production Smart gadgets have launched products with folding screens. Among these companies, we can mention Samsung and its Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip series phones. But a series of other companies, such as Lenovo and Asus, have gone beyond phones and have unveiled tablets and laptops with foldable screens, which, of course, are currently in the testing phase to determine whether they have demand in the market for mass production. Whether they arrive or not.

But during last night's Intel event, the CEO of Samsung Display made an interesting claim. He said that with the slide display, the folding technology will be abandoned. This means that most likely what is going to be used in laptops and tablets is a slide display and not a folding one; We even read some time ago that it is very difficult to use a folding display with UTG technology for products larger than a smartphone.

Now we have to wait and see when companies decide to release products with a slide display and if Will this happen or not? Earlier, news was published that 2023 will probably be the year of folding and rolling products. Therefore, it is possible that we will see the unveiling of various products with these technologies in the CES 2023 display.

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