This is dope.
"These are some of the first photos from the really real, long rumored, dual-screen Spacebook. Sporting two full 15.4-inch LCD screens, the Spacebook is the latest creation from Alaska based company GScreen. GScreen is aiming their line of dual-screens to those who cannot live without the luxury of extra screen real estate but would like it on the go, specifically; professional designers, filmmakers, photographers and even the military. The body of the laptop will weight approximately 12 pounds and it will be built around the screens, equipped with a customized sliding mechanism. It is said the first versions to hit the market will be in 16-inch and 17-inch variants, with 13-inch models planned for release later on. GScreen plans to have the machines sold through Amazon.com by December of this year. They will run on Windows 7, as expected, and sport Intel Core 2 Duo processors, 4GB of RAM and sweet Nvidia GF900M GT graphics. Lighting quick 7,200 RPM hard drives a DVD player and six or nine-cell batteries will provide the juice (We suggest the nine cell). The whole sha-bam is said to be available for under $3,000 spacebucks"