Microsoft just unveiled a very innovative dual-screen mobile computer that also makes room for a physical keyboard. The Surface Neo folds, but doesn’t use a folding screen, and combines features of a laptop and a tablet. Most Surface products compete directly with Apple offerings. Apple is also exploring multi-display laptops and tablets, but Microsoft might get there first. Might, because the device unveiled today won‘t be out for a year. “We wanted to make you a product that felt smaller. A product that fit your lifestyle, but also in a big way make you more productive and creative,” said Panos Panay, the chief product officer of the Microsoft Devices group. With the Surface Neo still so far from release, Microsoft is cagey with specifications. We do know each display is 9 inches, and the central hinge is flexible enough that one screen can be folded behind the other. The computer will run Windows 10X, a version created specifically for it, on an Intel processor. Apps can run on separate screens, or can stretch across both. A Surface Pen will magnetically clip to the back of the Surface Neo, alongside a keyboard that also attaches with magnets. This can be moved to cover part ...