Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Asus reinvents the laptop With dual monitor concept

Asus has shown off laptops with two thin LCD screens. One of them can function as a conventional screen and the other one can be used as a virtual keyboard using touch input. This device can be flipped in an A4 orientation, so you can use it as an e-book reader, or you can use it in a traditional way as a touchscreen computer.
For users who like to use video applications, Asus sees the two screens can be merged to create a bigger screen (widescreen format) as a new computer which has different physical configurations and all of them are useful for different situations.