It was only a matter of time, when computer makers tried to build something like this. ComputerWorld reports:
The ThinkPad W700ds appears to be the first laptop ever to sport two LCD screens -- a 17-in. primary and a 10.6-in. secondary screen..."
Why two screens, you ask?
"Most people are using two monitors at their desktop. So we wanted to
give them all the things they are used to on their desk," said Wes
Williams, worldwide product marketing manager for ThinkPads. "
This 11-lb "desktop replacement" also has another unusual touch:
"The W700ds also includes a built-in WACOM digitizer, also called an electronic drawing pad, and color calibration software."
Glad to see dual screens in such a large, capable "laptop".
Now if they only got to building a 5 lb notebook with that feature.