Wouldn't it be great if your full-sized tablet could fit in your pocket? It would! You'd have that big-screened wonder with you everywhere. Cool, so to accomplish that, we're going to cut that tablet in half and leave a fat bezel in the middle. Wait, what?
We've seen this bizarre dual-screen, split-keyboard Android phone once or twice before, but we just got some more specs. It's a whole lot of crazy and weird packed into a single phone.
This dual-screen, split-keyboard beauty of an LG smartphone has been teased before. It doesn't have a name, and is only rumored for a September 14th release on T-Mobile US. But it's out there, and someone's having fun with it.
I can understand needing the extra screen real estate to accomplish more visually-intensive work, but I can't understand anyone who'd lug this behemoth anywhere. Because the gScreen SpaceBook is too much size and not enough Space Age to do you any good.
An Acer laptop, with dual 15-inch screens has been spotted. That is, one 15-inch screen would act as a display and the other 15-inch screen would replace the keyboard and trackpad. That would make for one gigantic dual-screen laptop.
Does the lure of playing with "the most powerful tablet anyone has ever made" tempt you? How about those dual 14.1-inch touchscreens? (That's a combined might of 28.2-inches!) Kno has received $46m investment, with an end-of-year launch already penciled-in.
I'm still not sure exactly what to make of the Libretto W100, Toshiba's dual-screen Windows 7 tablet. But if you're the curious type, you can buy one now for $1,100.
In addition to the zippy Portégé, Toshiba's also today announcing the Libretto W100. It's a full Windows dual-screen "ultra-mobile PC" that's not quite a tablet and not quite a netbook. In short: it's one curious little gadget.
If you hate the portability of tablets but love the glare, you might be interested in this "digital textbook" from Kno. Weighing it at 5.5lbs., its two 14.1-inch displays look like they were brought down from the mount. Kno, seriously:
So MSI apparently has no plans to actually release this dual-screen, Windows 7 tablet, but I stopped by the booth to play around with it anyway. It's pretty impractical, but hey! Two screens! Update: It's now in development.
Hey, it may not be a projector, but the 1.5-inch secondary LCD on these 12.2Mp point-and-shoots is pretty unique. Tap it and frame self-portraits, or play animations to capture kid's attention (and terrorize those with a fear of clowns).