Let me clarify by saying the actual model is probably not called DSi but I mean look at it... two identical touch screens, one on top and the other on the bottom. Enough said. There isn't much technical data at the moment but we do know the dual touch screen laptop is sporting a 15" display and the Intel Core i5 CPU which clocks in at 2.67GHz. The screens are swappable should you feel the need to shake things up but our first glimpse at this possibly awesome laptop leaves up with more questions than answers. According to the source it is still slow and buggy but will make it to market in fall 2011 if development continues smoothly.
I'm hesitant to say that I'm looking at the future of laptops here simply because laptops in general have fallen behind the curve over the past 7 years and they really need to catch up. For example, with anything but a netbook battery life is just plain sad even with high capacity batteries. No laptop can handle more than 8GB of RAM or support more than one monitor(or at least do it well). Hard drives, especially 5400rpm drives, bottle neck the entire system and last but not least where is USB 3.0? I don't want to sound too upset and dual screens do offer a possible and convenient solution to lack of screen area and multi-monitor support which would be a step in the right direction, but what do you think?