Acer has definitely got something new on their hands with this prototype dual-screen laptop. It’s sporting dual 15-inch displays, which are both multi-touch. One can be used to view things, the other as a virtual keyboard or pretty much anything else. A large surface whose controls are application-changeable could be a great idea. This sort of stuff excites me, but the software/OS has to work perfectly with the hardware for it to work. Throwing Windows 7 on something like this isn’t good enough, but that’s what it seems Acer is going to do. Thankfully, its just a concept right now, so maybe we’ll get something better by the time it (might) be released.