GScreen first introduced the SpaceBook laptop in 2009 which sports two pieces of 15.4-inch screen. However, the product was delayed as they decided to go for two pieces of 17.3-inch screens. Read on.

Plans to push them out in May 2010 did not surface. Finally, consumers can now preorder them at their website. Unfortunately, other than the dual 17.3-inch screens, rest of the specifications did not impress. The SpaceBook comes in two models. The high-end version consists of a dual 17.3-inch 1920 x 1080 LED backlit screens, Intel i7-740QM 1.73GHz processor, 8GB of memory, 500GB of hard disk space, Nvidia GeForce GTS 250M graphics card and a DVD drive. The low-end model will feature Intel i5-560M processor and 4GB of memory instead. The SpaceBook 17 i7 8G is retailing for US$2,795 (S$3,408) while the SpaceBook 17 i5 4G is going for US$2,395 (S$2,920).

Preorder the SpaceBook from the GScreen website.

Source: Engadget