It's not especially clear what the Times was able to elicit from
I assume that the following details are sourced from Asus, then: "Unlike current ebook readers, which take the form of a single flat screen, the Asus device has a hinged spine, like a printed book," the Times of London reports. "This, in theory, enables its owner to read an ebook much like a normal book, using the touchscreen to "turn" the pages from one screen to the next. It also gives the user the option of seeing the text on one screen while browsing a web page on the other. One of the screens could also act as a virtual keypad for the device to be used like a laptop."
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