This is the Wacom Intuos3 A5 Wide writing tablet. The active writing area measures a little over six inches by ten inches to properly replicate a widescreen or dual-monitor setup.
"With as much as 50 per cent of the creative community soon using either widescreen or dual monitors, we're confident that the Intuos3 A5 Wide is going to be very popular," said Michael Marcum, Wacom's director of product management.
This tablet features programmable buttons, a touch strip and works with over 100 pieces of software including Photoshop. It goes for about $500.
Wacom Widescreen Pen Tablet [biosmagazine]