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Windows 10X “Wonder Bar” puts a dynamic touchscreen display above the keyboard

When you’re using a dual-screen Windows device like the upcoming Microsoft Surface Neo, you’ll be able to view apps on a single screen, span them across displays, or take advantage of the new form factor to hold your dual-screen device like a book, with different content on each display.

But you can also use the Surface Neo like a laptop by attaching a magnetic keyboard to the bottom screen. It doesn’t cover the whole display though — there’s a strip of touchscreen that’s still visible above the keyboard. And on computers running the new Windows 10 X operating system, that strip is where you’ll find a new feature called the Wonder Bar

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