Microsoft employees get a glimpse at dual-screen Surface prototype

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According to recent news, Microsoft has shown its employees a video of a new dual-screen Surface device. Needless to say, the company’s employees queued in a long line to take a glimpse at the mysterious yet intriguing device.

The prototype was of Surface device code-named Centaurus. Microsoft has been working on this project for the last two years.

For the time being, there are no leaked images of this elusive Surface protype.

Centaurus may come to the market in the next few months. As a quick reminder, Intel is collaborating with Microsoft on this project.

It is not the first time that Microsoft is working on dual-screen devices. We’re sure many of you already heard of Project Andromeda. However, Microsoft gave up working on this dual-screen phone-sized WCOS and shifted towards the development of Centaurus.

Speaking of Surface devices, the big M released the Surface Go just a few months ago. Despite satisfactory sales, the Surface Go could not yield the desired results and the company failed to sell as many devices as it initially planned.

Do you think this elusive new device is going to catch customers’ attention? Let us know in the comments below.

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