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Google testing out dual-screen Chromebook prototype

Google is reportedly working on an experimental dual-screen Chromebook, according to information obtained from internal Chromium documents. As spotted by 9to5Google, it looks like a Chrome OS device codenamed ‘Palkia’ could be in the works. An internal listing says Paklia has two touchscreens and a trackpad. Additionally, a code change on the Chromium Gerrit describes the location of the touch screen controller chips. The Chromium Gerrit is an online tool for collaborating on, reviewing and submitting code to the open-source Chromium project. Although neither description is particularly informative, some think Palkia could have an internal touchscreen and an external screen, like a large Galaxy Fold. However, more code spotted by 9...