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High School Déjà vu

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The T-Horizon is sort of like the Mead "Trapper Keeper" notebook you used to buy every year for school--except that this is a fully functioning PC. You can either spread the PC horizontally on a table, or use the compact version while working on the road. The T-Horizon features a detachable processing unit, double-sided transparent, flexible display screens, multitouch screens with touch-evoked resizable keyboards, a 3D projection module, and a built-in Web camera. The "strap" that holds the notebook closed doubles as a detachable media player. The PC communicates with its wireless components using Bluetooth.

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