Kno 14-inch Dual-Screen Tablet To Sell $899 And Ships Still In 2010

Posted: Nov 9 2010, 12:44am CST | by , in News | Tablets

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The largest dual-screen tablet is will ship in limited quantities by the end of the year.

Silicon Valley start-up Kno has announced the pricing of their dual-screen and single screen tablet devices. Both Kno tablets feature a massive 14.1-inch size making the iPad look like a toy. The dual-screen Kno tablet will sell for $899 and the single screen Kno has a price-tag of $599.

The Kno tablets are aimed at college students. Kno will offer digital textbooks that are supposed to be priced 30%and 50% less than paper textbooks. Especially the dual-screen Kno makes working with textbooks a whole new experience. The Kno features styles based handwriting to make notes directly on pages or place sticky notes. Students can browse the web (HTML 5, Flash) via the Wi-fi connection and playback HD video. The Kno system supports multi-tasking to allow switching between different applications.

The company is supposed to start to take pre-orders for the Kno now (Via AllThingsD). Quantities are very limited.

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