According to pcworld ”The gScreen SpaceBook is billed as having the “world’s largest laptop screen space,” accomplished with the two 1920 by 1080 resolution 17.3-inch displays that slide out like a transformer. Weighing ten pounds and nearly two inches thick, the SpaceBook is definitely bucking the ultraportable — or even plain old portable — laptop trend.The two models available feature last-generation Intel processors and a bit outdated Nvidia GeForce GTS 250M graphics card with 1GB of video RAM. The SpaceBook 17 i5 4G has the Intel Core i5-560M processor and 4GB of RAM, while the higher end SpaceBook 17 i7 8G features a quad-core Intel Core i7-740QM processor and 8GB of RAM. A 500GB hard drive (7200 rpm), DVD multidrive, and smattering of typical ports are also packed in this massive laptop”.
Source : greenlaptop