Laptops have become the form factor of choice for many of today's computer users, consequently replacing traditional desktop designs. Today's laptops are available in a wide range of form factors, but as technology advances more designs are bound to emerge, providing users with a bit more versatility when choosing a new machine. On that note, Kohjinsha has recently unveiled a new laptop design, which boasts two displays, a concept similar to that of Lenovo's ThinkPad W700ds.
During the CEATEC 2009 event, in Japan, Kohjinsha has showcased a laptop concept that features a dual-slide LCD design, similar to that of the aforementioned Lenovo ThinkPad. There aren't many details available at this time, but according to the fellows over at akihabaranews both screens are of the same size, namely 10.1 inches, which is where the Kohjinsha laptop differs from Lenovo's ThinkPad.
Aside from that, the interesting laptop also comes featured with an AMD Neo MV-40 processor, which has been clocked at a low-power frequency of 1.6GHz. Said processor is coupled with 4GB of maximum RAM memory, a 160GB hard disk drive, TV Tuner, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Fingerprint scanner and Microsoft's Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. Unfortunately we have no details on the graphics specifications of the aforementioned machine, but given that the system is powered by an AMD processor it's likely that the dual-screen laptop from Kohjinsha will come with an integrated or discrete Radeon graphics solution.
Although the system has just been showcased, its manufacturer hasn't yet announced any details regarding the pricing and availability of the interestingly looking device. However, there's a good chance that the dual-screen Kohjinsha laptop might not even make it to market or it may be that the PC vendor is currently analyzing what the success rate of this design is.