Acemagic X1 is the world’s first dual-screen laptop with 360° hinge

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The Acemagic X1 is a new laptop that claims to be the first to integrate a dual-screen setup that can be rotated 360°. The secondary screen can be set in more than one way, offering new possibilities of use and boosting productivity.
The laptop’s two screens are 14 inches. There are two ways to unfold the secondary screen: side-by-side (horizontally) and back-to-back, thanks to a sturdy 360-degree hinge. In the first mode, you can use the laptop as if you had two monitors. This enables more use cases that enhance multitasking. For example, working on one screen and playing a video on another.
Acemagic X1 dual-screen can be set “side-by-side” and back-to-back
The side-by-side mode is useful to take advantage of each screen without wasting space with two or more programs occupying a section of the UI. Then, there is the back-to-back mode that you access after turning the secondary screen backwards. This way, two people can use the device at the same time. For example, a father can work while their son is watching a show. There are already laptops that allow you to rotate the screen for other purposes, such as the Lenovo Flex lineup. However, the inclusion of a dual screen adds more possibilities.
Acemagic had shown the product at the Computex 2024 conference, but under the name Z1A. Now, the dual-screen laptop is called Acemagic X1. Its two 14-inch screens have Full HD resolution. It is powered by an Intel Core i7-1255U processor (10 cores/12 threads). It is rumored that there will be an option with a Core i7-1265U chip, but it has not been confirmed yet.
The Acemagic X1 also has 16 GB of DDR4-3200 RAM and a 1 TB PCIe 3.0 SSD. Other specs include two stereo speakers (2 watts) and a 4,000 mAh battery. Lastly, a pair of NVMe M.2 2280 slots will allow you to expand its storage.
 

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