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Razer Switchblade concept: Dual screen 7 inch gaming notebook

Razer has announced plans for a new mobile gaming device called the Switchblade which features two 7 inch multitouch displays. The bottom display is touch-sensitive, and can be used as a keyboard and trackpad — and the layout can change depending on the game you’re playing and the actions you’re performing. For instance, if you’re […]

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NEC confirms CES launch for dual screen tablet, Android app store

NEC has confirmed plans to launch a dual screen Android tablet at CES in January. As expected, the machine will be part of the company’s Cloud Communicator tablet line, and will feature two 7 inch touchscreen displays, WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G capabilities, and a stylus for input (I haven’t seen any information on whether the […]

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NEC to launch dual screen Android tablet?

NEC is reportedly planning to showcase a dual screen Android tablet at CES in January. The company recently launched a line of 7 inch Android tablets in Japan, but so far those devices aren’t available in the US. It’s not clear whether a CES launch in Las Vegas means we can expect to see the […]

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Taiji shows off dual-screen Windows tablet with VIA chip

Chinese computer maker Taiji Electronics is showing off two new tablet-style computers. The first is called the Taiji T10A and it’s a 10 inch touchscreen model running Windows 7, a 32GB SSD, and a front-facing camera. The only thing really setting this model apart from the competition is that it’s powered by a 1.2GHz VIA […]

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3G capable Toshiba Libretto W100 hits Europe, Middle East

Toshiba’s Libretto W100 is one of the most interesting computers to hit the market in the last few years. At first glance, it looks like a rather chunky 7 inch netbook. Then you open it up and realize that instead of a keyboard and display, there are two touchscreen displays, with the lower screen serving […]

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Toshiba Libretto W100 dual screen notebook up for pre-order in the US

The Toshiba Libretto W100 went on sale in Japan recently, and Conics is offering to ship you a Japanese model with the operating system converted to English for about $1400. But if you’re the patient sort, it looks like you can save some money — because Amazon is taking pre-orders for the Toshiba Libretto W100 […]