Intel has a vision for what future gaming laptops will look like and it is looking pretty awesome. Intel’s Honeycomb Glacier is their newest prototype and its catered towards gamers, streamers, and content creators alike. Some of the interesting features are things like a dual monitor setup using a one-way roller clutch and a single button collapse, Eye tracking and heart rate sensing Tobii software camera that is currently a demo still and sports a 9th generation 40-watt 8 core CPU that’s been overclocked to 60-watts paired with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 overclocked to 95-watts. There are some downfalls on this design, which is to be expected as Intel is a chipmaker, not a laptop designer and it was built with off the shelf parts like a mild rough draft prototype. Some of these downfalls are the mousepad not having buttons for left and right clicking, it stutters a little while playing basic games, and the Tobii camera is just a demo for now. The honeycomb also has an airflow solution that looks pretty interesting as well. Its placed below the dual hinge screen where it directs fresh cool air flow into the laptop where the chips and components have been expressly laid out for maximum cooling efficiency.
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