Onkyo Introduces the Dual Screen Onkyo DX Tablet


With manufacturers running out of new ideas to make their product stand out in the crowd it seems that adding a second screen to notebooks and netbooks is the new trend. First we saw the gScreen notebook which featured sliding door style dual-screens and GottaBeMobile covered the Kohjinsha Dual-screen tablet and now Onkyo has rebadged and improved the Kohjinsha as the Onkyo DX dual screen tablet.

The Onkyo rebranded version offers two 10″ screens that fold out to offer a dual monitor workstation on the go; each providing a 1366 x 768 resolution. The Onkyo DX also has 2GB RAM and a 320 GB hard drive and runs Windows 7 for just $50 more than the original Kohjinsha.

Additional specs:

  • Athlon Neo MV-40 (1.6GHz)
  • ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card
  • 3 USB ports
  • 1.3MP web camera
  • 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • Multi-reader for SD/microSD/MMC/memory sticks

A few things to note before you rush out to buy the Onkyo DX1007A5. First, while it is called a tablet, there is no touch input so don’t go expecting to ink on it and second it is arriving from Japan and has a Japanese keyboard layout.

If this is the dual-screen notebook for you it is available at Geek Stuff 4 U and Conics for around a little under $1200.

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Onkyo 1

via Crunchgear

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