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Intel's convertible Keeley Lake concept laptop shows off Cedar Trail, we go hands-on (update: video)

Richard Lai, @richardlai
May 31, 2011
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Just before Intel's keynote at Computex, we decided to stop by at the chip maker's busy booth to see what it has up its sleeves. Luckily, we spotted a couple of Keeley Lake proof-of-concept convertible laptops, which are here to demonstrate what can be achieved using Cedar Trail processors. As you can see, the 12.1-inch screen sits on a swivel hinge, thus allowing users transform this fairly slim laptop into a tablet within seconds. Oh, you can also use the built-in Wireless Display technology to stream some sweet HD action over the air, provided that you have compatible devices. Alas, Intel says there are no commercial plans for this particular device, so hopefully someone will pick up this design.

Update: We now have a quick video of Keeley Lake after the break. Enjoy!

Gallery: Intel's convertible Keeley Lake concept laptop shows off Cedar Trail, we go hands-on | 24 Photos







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