The Nintendo Switch is celebrated for rejuvenating the handheld gaming market, but it’s not the only striking product from the gaming giant. Approximately two decades ago, Nintendo unveiled a refreshed edition of the Game Boy series—the Nintendo DS, featuring a peculiar yet intriguing second screen. The success or gimmick status of this feature remains a subject of debate, but it undeniably became an iconic design that few have managed to replicate successfully.

Yet, in the realm of handheld computers, a novel brand aims to infuse that distinctive essence into the burgeoning market. They have unveiled a petite laptop, devoid of a traditional keyboard and sporting only a diminutive second screen—a feature that might be considered even more unconventional than the Nintendo DS, bordering on the realm of additional gimmicks.