Two-screen laptops: complete overkill, or completely logical?

Tagged: laptop, multi-display, Computer Hardware, Technology
Source: pcauthority.com.au - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 13 weeks ago

"With two 17in HD LED displays, the SpaceBook goes against every trend in laptop design we can think of (well, apart from the Core i7 and Core i5 processors). It's more than 1.7in thick, weighs more than 4.5 kilograms, and according to its makers has the world's largest laptop screen space. While it sounds a bit like vaporware, prototype models have been pictured online, and the company is apparently taking preorders..."

 

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Razear
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Defeats the entire purpose of carrying a notebook around, no one wants to hold a brick with them all day.

ihatenvidia
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I like

aigamerDS
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You just simply slide those monitors back to the middle, that's all.

Tivon
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Any idea how you fold the displays up on this laptop?

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