That's four screens in total. Crazy, right? The prototype's three mini-screens let you organise and play files without taking up room on the main display. You can also use multi-touch gestures, and drag files between screens. Watch it in action.
This week's Intel Developer's Forum has a history of weird and wonderful prototypes. As it has with MIDs and UMPCs, the company uses concepts to as reference platforms in the hopes that manufacturers will take interest and use its chips. No word if anyone has signed up on this one, but it's a nice juicy insight of what type of products might be around the corner. [Crave Asia]