It’s a vision that appears to be real: Marcel Campos, senior director of PC and phone marketing for Asus, said the company hopes to ship Project Precog in 2019. Until then, we’ll have to wonder what it will cost and what its exact features will be.

Dual displays are hot (again)Precog taps into what could be a resurgence of the two-screen design trend that briefly took hold with initiatives like Project Taichi, a dual-screen device Asus showed at Computex in 2012. Precog is much larger, though, and looks more like a traditional convertible laptop that can rotate from a clamshell through tent mode and into a tablet. Don’t expect that latter configuration to be especially popular. Though Asus didn’t reveal exact specs, each sheet of glass appears to be 4K resolution, and roughly—this is our guess—about a 14-inch display on each side. There are no obvious controls and no keyboard. 

If you want to type on a Project Precog machine, you’ll need to use either a software keyboard or connect an external keyboard. DOWNLOAD (In a series of demonstration models, the external keyboard used Bluetooth.)Regardless of whether Precog comes to the market, the dual-screen motif seems to be taking hold. Lenovo is expected to demonstrate a dual-screen device, and Asus has already shown another, with ScreenPad, which transforms the touchpad on the Asus ZenBook Pro 14 and 15 into a secondary screen. (ScreenPad is a full HD, 1080p display, Asus executives told us.)Intel started it with Tiger RapidsAsus is one of the companies that drew inspiration from a pair of concept PCs from Intel: Tiger Rapids, which paired an EPD display with a traditional LCD, and an unnamed second device, which closely mimicked Project Precog.

Will Precog pan out, or remain just a fascinating concept? Guess we’ll have to wait until next year to find out fresh after announcing its new ZenBook Pro lineup -- the laptop that comes complete with 5.5-inch full-HD touchpad because one screen is so passé -- Asus took to the stage at Computex in Taipei on Wednesday to unveil its vision of the future: the Precog dual-screen laptop. That's right, where we're going we don't need "keyboards.

""We plan to make it real, not vaporware," said Marcel Campos, Asus global PC and phone marketing senior director, before he announced the concept laptop will be available in 2019.Asus wants this laptop to be an AI-powered force for good. What does that mean? Two screens that can predict how you'll want to use your laptop. It knows if there's a mouse or keyboard around, and will supply you with virtual ones if they're not. It can even preempt where your fingers are over the laptop and shift its virtual keyboard around accordingly. And of course, it'll have face and voice recognition. Plus, it's optimized to work in normal laptop mode, book mode, tent mode and flat mode. It'll also be compatible with a stylus, for the creatives out there. And for the business types, the Precog will learn to anticipate when your meetings are and then conserve battery appropriately, to make sure you don't run out of juice.

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