Monday, September 20, 2004

Well, it was worth a shot . . . : We know it’s hard to believe, but nobody was willing to pony up $850,000 in an eBay auction earlier this month for the U.S. provisional patent to build dual display laptops (apparently a crudely photoshopped mockup wasn’t enough to convince anyone to drop the cash on it). Set aside the reality that few PC makers are trolling eBay looking for patents, the thing is, despite the seller’s claims, you wouldn’t have first crack at a build a laptop with two screens anyway, even if you don’t count the 2-VU, the Xentex Flip-Pad Voyager has been out for awhile now.

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