Asghar Mostafa, president and CEO of the McLean, Virginia-based company, has a strong entrepreneurial background, mostly building technology businesses. Although a variety of people might find it useful, Mostafa sees the Edge catering to college and high school students who could benefit from a lighter backpack.
Amazon vied to fulfill the same need with its , but in accepting the technology, especially because of its price point.
Entourage Edge delivers what the Kindle DX does, but with the capabilities of a Netbook. As a result, the company is calling it a "dualbook," possessing two screens with independent functions and the added the ability to work together.
The Edge is slated to cost $490, close to the price of the Kindle DX or a Netbook, and will be available to consumers February 2010.
CNET News reporter Ina Fried got a, including a video demonstration of the device.