A new dual-screen tablet called the Kno was unveiled this week at the 2010 D8 conference, and unlike all the other tablets being announced, this one (supposedly) is not looking to ape the iPad. We want to call bullshit, but reading up on the device and peeping the above video, we're inclined to believe it's trying to do something different. It sports two 14.1-inch color touchscreens, runs Linux, and will supposedly get eight hours of battery life. Only downside is its 5.5-lb weight. The people at Kno see this replacing the stacks of textbooks college kids lug around campus. We can dig it. We would have traded all our Hot Pockets and ramen for something like this when we were in school.
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