I can only imagine the troubles serious digital artists encounter these days. The muddle of tools and colors on the screen, the limited space for viewing the “canvas,” and so on. I think it’s natural to have two touchscreens: one to hold all the tools, colors, and layer information, and the other to simply be, well, the picture.
I’m pretty sure it’ll be like that eventually, but this curvy concept device is more sentimental than functional. Not to mention they’re trying to fit an optical drive into what is clearly a peripheral and not a primary PC. Good idea, but I doubt Wacom is sweating it at the moment.