CeBIT is going full steam in Germany and Asus has been showing off an interesting PC concept at the show. The notebook doesn't look like a notebook we are used to seeing today and reminds me more of a dual screen Kindle reader of the future.
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The machine lacks a physical keyboard and would use an on-screen keyboard and track pad for navigation. The concept originated from ideas contributed by users of Asus and Intel's WePC.com website.
Laptop Magazine reports that Asus sees the machine being like a regular notebook with a resizable virtual keyboard, touchpad, and media hub. Both panels could be used to form a single large image, which would irritate me thanks to the gap between the screens caused by the hinge. Obviously, this is a design concept, so don’t expect to see it anytime soon.
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Via Laptop Magazine