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At Computex 2019, Intel showed off two concept laptops. The first, a thin-and-light concept, was Twin Rivers.

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Here's Twin Rivers in cookbook mode. 

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And here's why they call it cookbook mode...

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The second display has an onscreen keyboard, but you can connect a physical bluetooth keyboard for sessions involving extensive typing. (Like writing a story from the Computex show floor, for instance.) 

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Here's Honeycomb Glacier. It's a deliciously titled gaming laptop concept. 

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The top display is 17.3 inches, the bottom is 12.3 inches. 

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The most impressive feature is eye tracking. You can have up to three windows on the bottom display. A midscreen camera knows what window you're looking at, whether it's on the top or bottom display. It then puts you in command of that window. 

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In the background here is Asus' ZenBook Pro Duo, which is similar to Glacier Honeycomb but without the ergonomic lift. 

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We'll get laptops like Twin Rivers on the market within one or two years, Intel said. A Honeycomb Glacier-style gaming rig wasn't given any dating indication. 

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