Earlier this month, we got our first glimpse at the Kohjinsha dual-display netbook. This is a wholly different kind of product that the rest of the Dell Minis and Eee PCs of the world, because it comes with a pair of 10.1-inch widescreen displays. Based on this video, it looks pretty useful too.
In case you didn’t catch it the first time around, the Kohjinsha dual-display netbook gets powered by an AMD Athlon MV-40 (1.6GHz) processor and the Kohjinsha rep says that this product would not have been possible without this chipset. There’s also 4GB of RAM, a 160GB SATA hard drive, and Windows 7.
The second display slides out from behind the first, much like what we saw with the Lenovo ThinkPad W700, except in a much smaller form factor. The Kohjinsha rep says that this configuration is great for business, since you can have Excel open on one screen while reading reference materials on the other.
Yes, it’s definitely thicker than a conventional 10-inch netbook and the battery life will probably suffer as a result too, but this looks pretty neat. Peep the video below for a good look at the sliding mechanism and more.