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Onkyo DX1007A5B

It’s dual display laptop by Onkyo.Onkyo DX1007A5B is with AMD Athlon Neo CPU, 4GB of RAM, 320GB HD, and Windows 7 Home Edition and many more things….

We’ve known about Onkyo’s DX dual-screened netbook for quite awhile, but it’s another thing entirely to see it extend its two 10-inch screens in person. On display at the Microsoft booth here at Computex, the Onkyo is still a rebadge of the Konjinsha DZ that we saw at CEATAC last year.

The Onkyo DX1007A5B notebook is why I flew 7,800 miles to attend Computex. It doesn’t feature the fastest processor, or break new ground in terms of the platform. And to be honest, I didn’t even know Onkyo made PCs until I saw this system in the Microsoft booth. But this is exactly what I expected to find at the show, and it doesn’t disappoint.

It doesn’t feature the fastest processor, or break new ground in terms of the platform. But this is exactly what I expected to find at the show, and it doesn’t disappoint.Become more productive by taking your digital life with you. Whether for business or leisure, laptops allow you to carry your information with you, all in a lightweight and compact design.

Hardware-wise, the system is nothing special: AMD Athlon Neo CPU, 4GB of RAM, 320GB HD, and Windows 7 Home Edition. But the cool thing is the displays, plural. Two 10.2-inch display mounted horizontally so you can extend your desktop horizontally. Since that would be kind of awkward to carry, they collapse down into a standard form factor for travel. but has a 1,366 × 768-resolution display rather than the Konjinsha’s 1,024 x 600. In our short hands-on time we found the screens to extend smoothly, but the hinge did feel a bit weak, though that could very likely be the result of being used and abused on the show floor.

We were able to drag windows to the second monitor without a problem, so if you were concerned that the learning curve would be too steep, fret not. The most interesting thing about the netbook is that it turns into a handheld device of sorts .

But wait, there’s more! Twist the screen around and the system works as a tablet. Albeit without a touchscreen, but still pretty neat.

when you pull the screens back in, you can flip it around and hold it up. For some odd reason it doesn’t have a touchscreen, so you have to use an optical mouse on the side to navigate within Windows 7. If anything, the DX needs an internal upgrade since it still packs a first generation AMD Neo processor, but we’re sure that’ll come in time. See it all for yourself in the video after the break.

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Practical? Probably not. But you got to love the effort.

Resources :technotechgadgets.com,pcmag.com,engadget.com

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