Since the arrival of LED technology, displays for laptops and notebooks have obviously become thinner. Sounds pretty advantageous for trendy people who are always on the go because such change has resulted to thinner, sexier notebooks that are more portable. But GScreen has made another major change in today’s notebooks. Unlike any other models before it, the GScreen Spacebook features two displays sliding out from the center to make a breathtaking panorama display. While its dual screen makes it a bit bulkier and heavier than standard notebooks, it definitely offers something no other laptop or notebook in the market does.
Two models are available for pre-order, – the first one sports a Core i5 560M and 4GB of DDR3 RAM while the other unit comes with a Core i7 740QM and 8GB. Both models come with dual 17? displays available in either glossy or matte finish and running at 1920×1080. They are also outfitted with GeForce GTS250M video with 1GB of memory, 500GB 7200RPM SATA hard drives, and a DVD burner. Both units are housed in a magnesium alloy shell. These GSreen babies will surely become so attractive for individuals like photographers and cinematographers because they are far more convenient than carrying an external monitor.
For the Core i5 system, pricing starts at $2395, while its big brother, the Core i7 can cost you an additional $400 and may reach the price of $3795. The good news is, both models can be secured with a 50% deposit. It can be a bit pricey, but it’s worth it because you’ll get two displays!
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