Need the portability of a laptop, but you’re not a fan of the tight screen space? Welcome to the club. Specifically, the non-existing club made up of people who choose to plug in a separate monitor because their laptop screen just isn’t enough for work. Problem is, you can’t always pack an extra monitor. Anyway, here’s a unique solution: the SpaceBook 17, made by gScreen. Basically, it’s a regular laptop that rocks two 17-inch 1920 x 1080 LED screens.
It’s relatively huge and hefty if you’re a constant traveler, but hey, that’s the price you have to pay for the extra screen real estate. If you don’t have the space to stretch out the two screens, it can run ordinary-like, with one screen sitting behind the other.
Due out in November, the SpaceBook 17 starts at $1,899 with a spec that includes a 2.66GHz Intel Core i5 560 processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, GeForce GTS 250 graphics with 1GB memory, a 500GB 7200rpm hard drive, multi DVD drive and Windows 7 Home Edition. The top-end model costs $2,099 and replaces the standard spec with a faster 1.73GHz 740 Quad processor, 8GB DDR3 RAM and Windows 7 Professional.