[CES 2010] MSI was demoing its all-touch computer that has two screens. It can be used as a book, or a “normal” computer, as one of the screens can act as a virtual keyboard. The possibilities are endless – in theory. For example, you could imagine having a special virtual keyboard for games or applications like Photoshop where there is a ton of shortcuts to learn. Instead, you could have function buttons that could also be customizable. The downside of having a dual-display computer is that the power consumption has to go through the roof: the display is the single largest power drain on computers. What so you think and what applications would you like to see for this device? Drop a comment.
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