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Hands-on with Samsung's Dual Display 2263DX

It may look odd, but Samsung says it lets users have their favorite applications running uninterrupted in a totally separate, always-visible desktop space.

Crave UK

Crave knows two screens are better than one. Many of us use twin 19-inch displays, while the real high rollers rock twin 30-inch Dell 3007WFPs. We don't need to--but that's just how we roll. So you can imagine just how intrigued we were when Samsung showed us its Dual Display 2263DX, a 22-inch monitor with a second 7-inch monitor poking out of the top.

It may look odd, but Samsung says it lets users have their favorite applications running uninterrupted in a totally separate, always-visible desktop space. It's right, too: We can definitely see ourselves running common apps such as Outlook, or a media player on the 7-inch display, while the main 22-incher gets on with the serious stuff. Like Facebook. See it in action here.

(Source: Crave UK)