Microsoft has been mulling over the value of a dual-screen computer for at least a decade, and now it finally built one. Microsoft hardware chief Panos Panay pulled back the curtain on the new Surface Neo at a press conference in New York, and it essentially looks like — what else? — a foldable Surface. “We wanted to make you a product that felt smaller, that fit your lifestyle, but also in a big way that made you more productive and creative,” Panay said. Each side of the product is 5.6mm thin and packs its own 9-inch LCD screen, which Panay said were thinnest out there. Those separate displays are connected by more than 60 microcoax cables, thinner than a human hair, to create the interaction between the two screens. When the Neo is fully unfolded, the combined screens come measure 13 inches diagonal. And all told, we’re looking at a full package that weighs just under 1.5 pounds. The slim new Surface Pen mounts magnetically on the Neo’s back, and if you’re really itching to get some work done, you can use an additional keyboard that unfolds to sit on top of the Neo’s second screen. Inside, there’s one of Intel’s Lake...