You’ve probably seen the pictures of the Kohjinsha 10.1-inch dual-screen netbook that we reported on from CEATEC 2009. We’ve soon good news on that, as it looks like the netbook won’t be a prototype forever, and will apparently be sold in Japan from December 11th as the Kohjinsha DZ. It’ll set you back ¥79,800 ($925), but then again, how many dual-screen netbooks are there on the market, right? In case you didn’t notice, the display can also be rotated to turn it into a tablet form factor, though surprisingly it doesn’t seem to have a touchscreen functionality.
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