Spacebook by gScreen, New tech Dual screen Laptop
Ever imagine of two people using same time with separate screen for each or watching two different video simultaneously without having or listen the other one audio. Alaska based copany, named gScreen provide you Spacebook to fulfill your imagination, with dual screen option. Idea of spacebook laptop with dual screen was unveild nearly before two years before by gScreen . now no more wait because it’s very close to official launch, expected this Christmas Spacebook by gScreen will gone to be lauch.you can confirm and your order from their official web site of by contecting them. SpaceBook now available for pre-order on gScreen’s website
Spacebook by gScreen will be with the 17inch or with 16inch screen size.it is consisted at large laptop with dual slide option. You can enjoy full HD display First out with 17inch screen, plus a huge panoramic workspace. Company gScreen also suggested a smaller model with 13inch screens. Current version of Spacebook is massive technology with weighs in at around 12lb nearly five kg plus, as compared with portable computers available in market, which weigh just four or five pounds. Spacebook is entitles in laptop but sounds its hideously heavy with secret agent style, which folds out to provide two equal sized screens a total of 34inch wide. Spancebook allows the user to flip between different applications or work on one screen while sneakily watching a DVD on the other. two LED backlit 16in or 17in screens slide out from the laptop one behind the other using a uniquely designed mechanism, and slide back into place when you need to use only one.
Specs and Features:
In First release they are offering SpaceBook 17inch laptop with two versions in terms of hardware. First one is a dual core Intel i5, 2.66GHz CPU with 4GB of DDR3 memory clock speed with 1333 MHZ, while second version feature with a quad core Intel Core i7, processor 1.73GHz along with 8GB of DDR3 memory ram and clock speed with 1333MHz. rest of specs graphics card, sound are the same for both versions, and include two LED-backlit screens working at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, NVIDIA Geforce GTS 250M 1GB discrete GPU and 500GB HDD. There’s no Blu-ray or SSD option at the moment. Of course, such a huge screen makes the device significantly less portable, with the weight as high as 10 pounds (4.5 kg).
Gordon Stewart is the designer of spacebook laptop and current CEO of gScreen. He was said during his press release:
“it is aimed at the growing number of office workers, from bankers to professional designers, who need more than one monitor to keep track of multiple applications at the same time. ‘We designed this knowing that many may not need the extra screen at all times. My invention is absolutely the opposite of the trend for ever-smaller computers such as the stripped-down net books now on the market”