It’ll be interesting to see if dual-display notebooks becomes a popular trend and folks who are fans of it will probably already own a Toshiba Libretto W100. Now Chinese computer maker Taiji Electronics is showing some some tablet computers, one of the more notable ones is a device that features dual 8-inch touchscreen displays, allowing you to use it like a tablet or notebook. Instead of using an Intel CULV processor like Toshiba, this model uses a VIA chip, so it could be priced lower, though it’ll probably come at the expense of performance. The company is also showing off the Taiji T10A, a 10-inch touchscreen device running Windows 7. Other technical specifications of the T10 include a 1.2GHz VIA C7-M processor, a 32GB SSD and a front-facing camera.
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