Fresh laptop producer NajmTek plans to establish a double-display laptop named the U-Book at CES, much similar to Acer declared its double-display Acer Iconia previous year at CES.
Similar to the Acer Iconia, the U-Book substitutes the traditional keyboard with a multi-touch display. One of the profits of a touchscreen keyboard, NajmTek suggest on its U-Book product page, is multi-language support, so you can simply show Latin, Cyrillic, or other keyboards with particular features, and too rapidly switch among keyboards.
Not many individual require multi-language support, however. More helpful for most of us might be the multi-function capabilities of the touchscreen: A number of dissimilar keyboard layouts will be present, adding ones showing particular launch keys, a trackpad, calculator, and more.
Still more interesting and groundbreaking: NajmTek hopes users will be capable to make and store their own custom keyboard layouts, altering key colors, shortkeys, button orders, and key sizes.
Otherwise, the U-Book appears similar to a standard laptop -- likely a desktop substitute instead than a sleek ultraportable. Recently, NajmTek is demonstrating just easy renders of the U-Book and complete details on the laptopís specifications. The U-Book will functions off an Intel double-core or quad-core processor, arrive with a 250GB or 500GB hard drive, and characteristic an Nvidia graphics card. You will too acquire the common Universal Serial Bus and ethernet ports, memory card reader, HD webcam, and HDMI.