Saturday, September 3, 2011
The SpaceBook 17-inch dual screen laptop will be shipping to customers in November 2011, starting at $1899 with free shipping and a 30-day money back guarantee to the USA and Canada.
Anchorage, AK, September 02, 2011 - The SpaceBook 17-inch dual screen laptop will be shipping to customers in November 2011, starting at $1899 with free shipping and a 30-day money back guarantee to the USA and Canada. Designer, Gordon Alan Stewart, gScreen Founder and CEO, invented the SpaceBook because he needed a mobile workstation for editing video, photography and web design while traveling on a 6-month Hawaii film project.
The SpaceBook is ready for global distribution and to that end, gScreen Computer Corp., is seeking country-wide distributors that are interested in an exclusive distribution deal for the countries of: Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia, India, Korea, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, UAE and the Middle East region. Distributors will have the ability to have product delivered direct from the factory in November and December 2011.
Microsoft's, Ben Rudolph reviewed* the SpaceBook- "...when I run across something that’s truly groundbreaking, something totally unique and never seen before, I get excited. Like really, really excited. And that’s exactly how I felt when I first got to use the gScreen... SpaceBook. The SpaceBook is unlike any laptop before it. Rather than have a single display, it has two that slide out from the center to create and amazing panorama display. Both panels are 17” full HD (1920 x 1080) glass, available in either a glossy or matte finish. It’s a really amazing design that’s really functional; the panels slide open and closed very easily..."
The SpaceBook will help users get up to 50% more work done when compared to a single screen alternative according to a Microsoft** study. The SpaceBook is a mobile workstation and a desktop replacement solution for business and personal use. Individuals and businesses from many industry sectors have ordered or shown interest in the SpaceBook, including, but not limited to: stock traders, doctors, digital content creators, photographers, cinematographer, engineers, accountants, sales, web designers and the US DOD.
The SpaceBook, at 10-pounds, weighs about 3-pounds more than the average 17-inch laptop (7-pounds), but gives users an extra full size 17-inch screen for mobile productivity. Specs include Windows 7 Pro, Intel i7 quad-core CPU with 8GB DDR1333 RAM, webcam, 500G HDD, NVIDIA discreet graphics, HDMI and Super DVD ODD. Customers can opt-into the free "Trade-back" program so that they can trade in their first generation SpaceBook for a 2nd generation when released and receive a 50% credit towards their new SpaceBook with new specs. Customers can also sign-up to become affiliates and offer the SpaceBook to their friends for $100-off while earning themselves $100, giving customers the ability to buy a SpaceBook for $1699.
The SpaceBook can be orderd from the gScreen store at: www.gscreenlaptop.com
gScreen Computer Corp., is a privately held corporation located in Anchorage, Alaska.
gScreen Computer Corp
800 E. Dimond Blvd. Suite 235
Anchorage, Alaska 99515