Intel is known for more than just the processors that it makes; it’s also known for creating some of the most innovative concepts various manufacturers use for their outstanding devices. Now, the processor company has introduced a new gaming laptop concept that’s not just amazing in what it can do -- it has a sweet name, too.

Intel has introduced a new gaming laptop design that uses two displays, one on top of the other. This new concept, which Intel interestingly named “Honeycomb Glacier,” is what The Verge calls “the most convincing argument ever made for a beefy laptop with two screens.”

Honeycomb Glacier is but one of the several high-specced dual-screen laptops revealed in Computex this year. Other companies like Asus and HP also announced dual-display gaming laptops of their own, but Honeycomb Glacier is very different from their offerings, thanks to one major feature: the secondary display that can be lifted.

How can it be different?

Asus equipped its new ZenBook Pro Duo with two 4K screens. The secondary 32:9 IPS display called the “ScreenPad Plus” looks and feels like a huge MacBook Pro Touch Bar. It can be used as an extension of the main monitor, but it’s placed flat on the lower half of the laptop, facing the ceiling.

HP’s new Omen X 2S, on the other hand, features a 6-inch 1080p screen that can mirror the main display and be used for other functions like displaying in-game maps, streaming YouTube tutorials, chat on Discord, or monitor the laptop’s performance. Like Asus’ new offering, however, this secondary display perpetually faces the ceiling.

Intel’s Honeycomb Glacier allows users to utilize the secondary display more as an essential feature, rather than a secondary spec that needs more effort (like leaning forward with the head down) to use.

How it works

The Honeycomb Glacier has a special double hinge that allows users to lift the secondary display to a comfortable angle, and lock it so that it stays in place. Users can only put it down by pressing a button on the left side of the laptop. The main monitor, sitting above the secondary display, can then be adjusted accordingly.

The second hinge is home to a Tobii eye-tracking sensor that allows users to switch between each display simply by looking at them. Theoretically, the sensor will allow users to do several things like chat on Discord or connect with Twitch viewers without having to move away from the game.

While Honeycomb Glacier is but a concept, Intel said some PC manufacturers have already shown some interest in building their own using it. Perhaps gamers will see this kind of laptop in the future with an actual brand.

Intel A logo of the chip group Intel at the electronics trade fair CES 2019, Las Vegas, Jan. 08 2019. Photo: Photo by Christoph Dernbach/picture alliance via Getty Images