Engadget provides us with a hands-on preview of the ASUS W5Fe dual-screen laptop. It features an external display boasting its own power switch, a 4-way directional pad w/central selector button, and a menu button. Video after the jump.

That said, we’ve seen Sideshow units embedded into laptop lids without any raised plastics whatsoever, so any humpbacked growths are kind of unacceptable. It’s light, but not quite as light as we’d have hoped for a 12-inch laptop — it’s certainly got some bulk — but it’s a solid feeling machine that will go nicely with your Vista install and the SideShow’s a nice bonus

[via Engadget]

Engadget provides us with a hands-on preview of the ASUS W5Fe dual-screen laptop. It features an external display boasting its own power switch, a 4-way directional pad w/central selector button, and a menu button. Video after the jump.

That said, we’ve seen Sideshow units embedded into laptop lids without any raised plastics whatsoever, so any humpbacked growths are kind of unacceptable. It’s light, but not quite as light as we’d have hoped for a 12-inch laptop — it’s certainly got some bulk — but it’s a solid feeling machine that will go nicely with your Vista install and the SideShow’s a nice bonus

[via Engadget]