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Intel shows 'Nikiski' laptop prototype with full-width, see-through touchpad

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Intel won't say who it's partnering with, but it just showed off a "Nikiski" laptop prototype at its CES 2012 keynote.

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This is wild. Intel won't say who it's partnering with, but it just showed off a "Nikiski" laptop prototype at its CES 2012 keynote. It's mostly a regular laptop, but the whole palm rest is a glass touchpad. Outside of being full-width (hopefully with great palm rejection), the LCD can shine through the wide strip of glass when it's closed — turning the bottom of the laptop into a Windows 8-like widget display. Check out our hands-on right here!

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