Well, I already suggested a way of resizing it. Just set a smaller resolution and Windows will do the rest.
Also, this asymmetric approach is not related to Intel's prototype. It's 2 different ideas we had:
1. resizing the screen in laptop mode, to which I added that it could actually be a 16:9 panel, which makes sense in horizontal mode, and resize it to 3:2 when in tablet mode. This would also remove the need to change the height of the desktop (it wouldn't rearrange the icons)
2. having it asymmetric, with 2 narrow and 2 wide bezels, so that the tablet becomes more compact but still provides 2 bezels for holding it.
Don't confuse them
What is more, the screen is not set yet. The size and dimensions are decided, but we still don't know the resolution, so things might change. We might as well move to 16:9 if we go the Intel way.