Could it be a phone, a netbook or even an ereader/tablet like the Microsoft Courier? The above patent has surfaced via HTC, showing both screens working as one, or split so one is a virtual keyboard, the other, the UI.
So many gadgets around, so little cash with which to buy them. That's where convergence comes into play—and the enTourage eDGe dualbook is a great example. I'd get one myself, if only they weren't so damn big.
The enTourage eDGe dualbook has been officially ushered in at CES, along with the news it'll be on sale in February for $490. It's the world's first dualbook, which translates as an ereader, tablet, notepad and PMP.