Kohjinsha Dual-Screen Netbook Hands-On

kohjinsha-2x-ceatec-rm-engKohjinsha has created an interesting looking dual-screen netbook that has two 10.1 inch LCD screens built in that can display either 1024 x 600 pixels or HD at 1366 x 768 pixels. A unique sliding mechanism on the screens allows one to slide behind the other allowing it to be more compact when carrying around.

The dual-screen netbook is DirectX 10 compatible and runs an AMD Athlon MV-40 and has a 2.5 inch SATA HDD. Memory wise it can take up to 4GB of DDR2 memory. The netbook when launched will run Windows 7 Home Premium.

The laptop is 1.7 inches thick at the deepest part and the thinnest section goes down to 0.75 inches.

Unfortunately there is no release date or price yet available for this netbook as it’s just in the prototype stage at the moment. Check out the video below to see it in action.

Via: Engadget


  1. This machine will be great for the business traveler that actually does work when not in the office.

  2. Review Unit says

    MONSTERous in size, features and utilization factors. Looks similar to gScreen Spcebook.

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