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Foldable laptops are at least 2 years away, Intel exec says

PC chip king works with display makers on tricky tech and user experience

U.S. chipmaker Intel is trying to understand the capability and limitation of foldable technology. (Nikkei Montage/Getty Images)
U.S. chipmaker Intel is trying to understand the capability and limitation of foldable technology. (Nikkei Montage/Getty Images)

TAIPEI -- Foldable laptops are at least two years away, a senior Intel executive told the Nikkei Asian Review, as the world's top producer of PC microprocessors explores the display technology with panel makers and end users.

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