The Onkyo DX is a rebranded version of the Kohjinsha DZ dual screen netbook. The main difference is that the Onkyo model has two high resolution, 1366 x 768 pixel displays while the Kohjinsha version’s two 10.1 inch displays can only handle 1024 x 600 pixel resolutions.

The folks at have posted a video overview of the Onkyo DX on YouTube.

The laptop has and AMD Neo MV-40 processor and ATI Radeon 3200HD  graphics, and as you can see in the video it does a pretty good job with some light weight 3D games, and also handles HD video playback. You can use the screen either with a single display, or you can slide the second display out from behind the first and either clone or extend your desktop.

The only real problem with the Onkyo DX is that it’s crazy expensive by netbook standards. It’s not available from US retailers, so you’ll have to pay $1099 or more to purchase it from an importer like Conics.

You can check out the video after the break.

via Netbooked

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4 replies on “Onkyo DX dual screen netbook reviewed – Video”

  1. IMO; that is the way to do a dual screen netbook. It costs more than most netbooks (or even most notebook computers)but one gets more in the dual screen. Still it would be nice if it costs just $500. 🙂

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