This netbook is flaunting twin 10.1 inch LCDs that can slide out to either show one monitor or both and it also swivels. At its CEATEC booth, Kohjinsha shows off this DX10 packing little workhorse. Each screen is capable of either 1024 x 600 or 1366 x 768 resolution. This little guys is powered by an AMD Athlon MV-40, rocking 4 gigs of DDR2, and 2.5″ SATA. All this hardware is mashed together under Windows 7 Home Premium. Now with the expectation that twin LCDs would not make this a candidate for the world’s thinnest netbook, but a max height of 1.7 inches and a minimum of 0.75 is pretty respectable for a prototype. Reps at the scene did not have pricing or battery life information, but hopefully soon we can get an idea of what a twin screen netbook with cost and how long we can run it for.