Windows 7 is said to support Multi-touch features. Digitimes reports that the notebook industry would be jumping on these capabilities and bring touchscreen notebooks to the mainstream market.
Notebook concepts featuring two touchscreens and no physical keyboards are in the works. We already reported in 2007 about the Estari 2-VU laptop featuring two touchscreens.
I doubt that the first Windows 7 touch screen notebooks will have two screens. It is a cool concept, but typing on a virtual keyboard on a touch-screen is not really working well yet.
More details on Digitimes. See also ComputerWorld for some musings about dual touch-screen notebooks.
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