Unlike a lot of other unique proof-of-concept laptops, the Acer Iconia is fun to use and largely works as advertised. But it has a hard time answering the most frequent question we hear about it: why would anyone need a dual-touch-screen laptop?
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Acer has uncoiled the Iconia, a dual-screen contraption that looks like a laptop made out of two tablets, for the whopping price of about two and a half tablets.
Acer announces new touch-screen phone, laptop, tablets.
We go hands on with Toshiba's newest creation -- a Frankenstein hybrid of a tablet PC and a regular old laptop. Read on for early photos and our first impressions of the Libretto W100
Asus takes advantage of Microsoft's flexible new OS with a dual-screen laptop, laptops and tablets with removable keyboards, and even a desktop with a removable screen.
Spotted at the German CeBit 2009 show was this interesting concept piece from Asus.
The Acer Iconia: is it a laptop with an identity crisis? Or a tablet with a chip on its shoulder? Just what is this hybrid dual-screen thingamajig? Take a look at our hands-on photos to find out.
Acer's futuristic dual-screen touch-screen laptop debuted in New York City--is it practical, or just a concept computer?
A bizarre dual-screen laptop, made by a company called Xentex.
The dual-screen Toshiba Libretto W100, which has gone on sale in Japan, straddles the laptop and tablet categories.