What else do you have to do this morning? I mean think about it: there’s maybe a cup of coffee waiting for you in the break room and maybe someone brought some donuts. It’s the holidays. Who is doing anything today? Not you, that’s for sure. So sit back, take off your tie, and watch some dude open the Kohjinsha DZ dual screen laptop. You can thank me nine minutes from now when… → Read More
I’m sure many of you remember the pretty cool-looking dual-screen notebook Japanese company Kohjinsha announced last month (it’s already available over here). As it turns out, another Japanese PC maker, Onkyo, thought the device is worthy enough to get rebranded and improved spec-wise. The result is the DX1007A5 [JP], which is slightly more expensive than the Kohjinsha original though.
So what’s… → Read More
Maybe it’s just me, but this dual-screen notebook Kojinsha started selling in Japan today [JP] looks very futuristic (and very cool) to me. The main selling point is that you get not one but two 10.1-inch LCD screens in a compact body (size: 280×210×19〜42mm, weight: 1.84kg). And you can even buy the DZ6KH16E, which looks like a normal notebook when you use just one of the screens, if you live… → Read More
Kohjinsha drops another tiny notebook/netbook/subnotebook/UMPC into the pool today with the W130 series. I’ve used the term subnotebook in the title of this post because this little guy runs Windows Vista. I like to save “netbook” for those machines that run Windows XP or a derivative of Linux. Here’s what you get with the W130: Atom processor running at 1.33GHz, Vista Home Basic, dual… → Read More
Jenn over at Pocketables got a chance to review the Kohjinsha SC3 ultraportable. For those of you unfamiliar with the Kohjinsha brand, you’re not alone. The company has been quietly manufacturing tiny laptops for a while now, though. The SC3 came outfitted with a 1.33GHz Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, Vista Home Premium, 60GB hard drive, 7-inch-touchscreen at 1024×600, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, and… → Read More
A lot of us here are sorta nonplussed by UMPCs for one reason or another and Kohjinsha’s K600 isn’t likely to change our minds. Not just because we’ve never even heard of this company before, but because it doesn’t really seem to do anything particularly special or exciting. You’ll find—provided you’re in Korea—a 7-inch touchscreen display, DMB TV… → Read More