Intel's Nikiski Concept Has A Keyboard-Wide Transparent Touchscreen

Of all of the promises Intel made today about the future of ultrabooks, none was quite as appealing — or at least, attention-getting — as this wonderfully odd concept that uses a keyboard-wide transparent trackpad that doubles as a window into your screen. Hello, Nikiski. You're a beautifully odd machine.

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The prototype was demoed briefly overnight by Intel's Mooly Eden, and while it's far from showing up at your local Best Buy, it was perfectly functional on stage.

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