Fitting more display space in a portable package has seemed like the northwest passage when it comes to laptops. Even if you could make the room, the second monitor is just another draw on the notebook’s battery, so you start to wonder if it’s even worth it. MEDL Tech introduced a portable second display for laptops and other displays last year. Even Lenovo had their W700ds model in 2008 with a price tag over $5,000 and a sliver of a second screen.
Today, gScreen has made two models of their dual screen laptops available for reserve at a slightly more reasonable price tag. Boasting two 17″ 1920×1080 LED-lit displays, the laptops ring in at $2395 and $2795. The main differences in the prices come from 4GB of RAM versus 8GB and a Core i5 processor versus a Core i7.
While it might fit into the portable form factor, the 10 pounds it weighs might prevent it from getting dragged along with a lot of potential buyers.
For all the details and to put reserve yours with a 50% down payment, head on over to www.gscreenlaptop.com.