Surface Neo is Microsoft’s dual-screen device due out next year, and a freshly-spotted patent hints at a way in which Neo could seamlessly interpret touch gestures – or other input – on its second display, making for a more user-friendly virtual trackpad experience.

The patent spotted by German tech site Windows United describes ‘modeless augmentations to a virtual trackpad on a multiple screen computing device’, and could apply to any dual-screen device coming from Microsoft, not just Surface Neo.

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