Japanese PC maker, Kohjinsha (I wonder what that means?) is currently showing off their new dual screen netbook at the CEATEK conference in Japan. The new thing about this netbook is its dual screen layout.
The netbook comes with two 10.1″ monitors, where one of them slides behind the other, when it’s not in use. The resolution is 1024×600 on one of them and 1366×768 on the other one.
In other specifications, the netbook comes with a DirectX10 compatible graphics adapter, AMD Athlon MV-40 processor, 160GB hard drive and 4GB ram. It comes with Windows 7.
At this time it’s unknown what this fancy new netbook will cost and if this one is even going to hit the markets as it’s still just a prototype.