In a world where ultrabooks are kings and most laptop manufacturers are making efforts to make their products thinner, smaller and lighter the guys from GScreen decided to go for screen real estate and pulled a 17-in dual HD screen laptop weighting 10 pounds (4.5 Kg). Are you ready to let go on portability for processing power and screen real estate? Let’s check out the SpaceBook’s technical specs:
- Two 17.3-in LED-Backlit Screens, each with HD resolution (1920 x 1080 px)
- Third generation Intel I7-720QM Quad core @ 1.73 gHz
- 8GB DDR virtual memory
- 1GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 250M GPU 1333Mhz
- 500GB HDD @ 7,200 RPM
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 6-in1 Media card reader
- Built-in stero speakers
While dual screen laptops have been around since a couple of years ago, I am still impressed by the amazing screen real estate packed in the SpaceBook 17. I am looking forward to see an updated version featuring the forth generation of Intel processors, an upgraded video card, at least double the RAM and a SSD storage drive. The 17.3 in laptop format is big enough to jam all these inside while still assuring a proper cooling process.
What’s your take on this Behemoth GScreen dual screen laptop? Would you get one for your daily computing needs?