The 10.1'' Kohjinsha DZ Dual-Display Netbook Hits In December

Posted: Nov 26 2009, 10:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:50pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Every now and then a product comes along that looks so ridiculous, you know instantly it's going to end up being mocked hysterically by future generations. Think "Nintendo Power Glove". The latest product I've seen with this sort of "wow" power is the Kohjinsha DZ Dual Display Netbook. This famously bizarre machine features two sliding 10.1" displays. It goes on sale in Japan on December 11 for 79,800 yen. That translates to roughly $900 USD and Netbooked says that the price will likely be slashed a few hundred dollars once this thing hits the U.S. Look for a final price in the $600-700 range. That's a lot of money for a netbook, but you are getting an AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 1.6 GHz processor, ATI Radeon HD 3200 integrated graphics, 1 GB of RAM (up to 4 GB), a 160 GB HD, 32 bit Windows 7, a fingerprint scanner, and 4 hours of battery life.This netbook is bulky and heavy; around 5 lbs. It looks ridiculous and I really, really want one. I work on the road a lot, and when I do I miss the dual-monitor set-up I have at home. It's so much easier to write when I can stare at my research in one monitor, and my document in the other. I'm sure at least a few other people have similar experiences. We'll probably be the only folks who pick up the Kohjinsha DZ Dual-Display netbook.

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