Much like the next gen OLPC design, Asus' dual panel laptop ditches its keyboard for a second screen.
Spotted at CeBIT, the device features double multi-touch touchscreens that are coupled with software allowing for virtual interface devices—like a resizable keyboard and trackpad—or the laptop can simply be rotated for eBooks that read more like real books.
Apparently this dual panel laptop is just a corporate-sponsored entrant into a design competition, so we may or may not see the device ever hit the market.
Wait, let me rephrase that: Pleeeease make this, Asus, pleeeeassseee. [Electricpig]