NEC will have a dual-screen Android tablet to show at CES0
Except the usual fare - 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity plus a camera, NEC is touting "multi-tasking, with the ability to run different programs on each LCD screen – an industry first" as one of the features. Oh yeah? What about the Acer Iconia, or the Toshiba Libretto then? Oh, nevermind, it's not Android, so they don't count. They lost us at the smell of resistive here, but we'll give them the benefit of the doubt for when this thing gets demoed, the price might be worth it.