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At CeBit 2009, ASUS showed off a dual-screen laptop that was developed in conjunction with Intel and based on consumer recommendations at a site called WePC.com. ASUS warns that this is a concept model and is still a work in progress. Andrew Nusca has more on the ASUS dual-screen laptop.n
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The laptop can be operated with multi-touch controls including a virtual keyboard with a touchpad, if desired.
The ASUS dual-screen notebook can be used with both screens combined to make a widescreen image, as a traditional notebook, or as e-book mode where you can flip through pages with hand gestures or by touch.