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Old 5th September, 2009, 04:57 PM
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Dual screen laptop

What will they think of next!?!?! LOL I guess this kinda cuts down on being portable.

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The pioneering PC, known as the Spacebook, is the brainchild of Alaska-based technology firm gScreen.

While growing numbers of office workers – especially in the financial industries – use several desktop monitors to track many programmes and information sources at the same time, no manufacturer has yet released a portable equivalent.

The gScreen Spacebook will boast two 15.4 in screens which can slide away to fill the space of a single screen when the laptop is being stored or transported.
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You can bet it will be in some high Tech bond type movie minutes after they make it...Very cool if you need it and can carry it ":O}
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i think dual screen laptops may help many business architects
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that is AWESOME!
It really isn't much larger than a typical laptop, so it is still pretty portable.
At least compared to carrying a Tower & two monitors.
I like how they slide to the left and to the right. Very clever!
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