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I stumbled at mashable today. Surprisingly, their “yet another post” was not the usual (facebook, twitter, apple apps etc.).This time, it’s about a new laptop planning to surface on the market this coming yuletide season.
gScreen (a company from Alaska) is planning to unveil this so-called “beast” laptop that claims to provide functionality fit for every graphic artist’s dream! The gScreen Spacebook offers a FULL 15.4 incher dual slider-screen structured on a laptop.
It seems pretty wide. I hope the specs is “wide enough” too! See it for yourself.
– 2 LED backlit display screens
– Windows VISTA /WIN XP PRO / Windows 7 (optional)
– Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 2.26-GHz
– 4 GB of RAM (2GB DDR2 SO-DIMM x 2)
– 320GB 7200-rpm HD
– NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800M GT with 512MB dedicated memory (or)
– NVIDIA® Quadro FX 1700M Graphics with 512MB dedicated memory
– 9-cell battery
– IEEE 1394 1 Graphics Card Output (15-pin, D-Sub) X 1, HDMI X 1 Mic-in X 1, Line-in x 1, Headphone X 1 PCI Express Card X 1 AC Power Adaptor Output: 19V DC, 90W Input: 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz universal Battery Pack Li-ion 9 cells
Some points that we would like to ponder:
If you are a multimedia designer, you know that a 320 GB HD will not be sufficed. I hope gScreen corporation has a (personal customization) option for aspiring buyers to tweak their “2-headed laptop” before ordering.
According to gScreen’s blog, they will release the final version of Spacebook using Windows 7 OS (optional). This is great because the official release of the said OS will be on the fourth quarter of this year.
Those “twin-heads” sure is not lightweight. According to gizmodo, the final release will have an estimated weight of 12 lbs (pounds). Imagine balancing that laptop along with its dual-screen on your LAP?
Logic will tell you that a laptop that uses dual-screen can drain too much battery. How can this device cope up with power stress? Today, gScreen has no answers for that inquiry yet.
How about the navigation?
Don’t you think it’s a little bit tedious for an average mouse to steer its way through out the 30 inch total workspace? Does it require high-dpi enabled Laser mouse or other peripherals?
Dual screen-laptop seems to be a new “frontier” for an average laptop user. However to an enthusiast, it’s just part of another game. Remember, Lenovo W series laptops offered “auxillary” screens for their models a couple of months ago. Although it’s not a FULL wide screen experience unlike what Spacebook is offering, it still sounds very promising, especially coming from the mouth of a reputable company like Lenovo.
This is a video clip for Lenovo Thinkpad W700ds (Dual-Screen) in HQ
Lucky for us consumers, we are just waiting to see what these companies had stored for us! If you think Dual-screen is the beating of your heart right now then catch your breath and put some cash in your wallet because the release of gScreen Spacebook will be around 3,000 USD
So what do you think guys? Is it worth your penny?
(sources: gizmodo, gscreencorp)
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