EVGA introduces rotatable dual-LCD InterView system

Where are we going next? Every day i open a tech website I see new gadget, new dimentions of things that we already own, posted there. Who would have thought of a rotatable LCD 5 years back, well atleast I didnt. A staggering 1.5 years after we first caught wind of the altogether intriguing InterView system from EVGA, the company is finally bringing it to market here in the US. Put simply, the device features twin rotatable 17-inch LCD displays, both supported by a single desktop stand. It was conceived in order to suit presentation givers, financial consultants and the elusive "creative professional" crowd, with each panel rocking a 1,440 x 900 resolution. The screens can rotate 180 degrees horizontally, fold 90 degrees from closed to full width apart and can even be controlled by two keyboards and mice, ensuring that sibling arguments reach peaks they've never reached before. There's also a built-in webcam, microphone and three-port USB hub, though it seems as if you'll be shopping for this thing without an MSRP to go by. Full release is after the break.

Update: The display will list for $649.99.

EVGA Introduces InterView Dual-Display

EVGA Interview Display is Redefining Today's Face to Face Business Interaction

BREA, California – EVGA Corporation, the leading-edge graphics cards and motherboard manufacturer, today announced the availability of the InterView, with two rotatable super-thin high resolution 17" TFT LCD displays supported by one desktop stand. Designed for business presentations, researchers,
physicians, financial consultants or creative professionals, the 1440 x 900 resolution screens provide plenty of space and individual video quality adjustments for even the most sensitive image viewing conditions.
The InterView screens rotate 180 degrees on a horizontal axis, inverting the onscreen image to be right-side up to viewers on either side of the desk. The screens also fold 90 degrees from completely closed to full width apart, accommodating any workspace while providing the convenience and increased productivity that working with multiple screens offers. Dual keyboard and mouse control make it easy for viewers to take turns manipulating data and images while the other viewer sees it from their side. The Interview comes with a built-in webcam and microphone allowing users to add and view more participants through video conferencing. The base features three USB ports and convenient controls for monitor settings, mic, power and DMS connections.
Graphics and multimedia analyst, Dr. Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research did a multi-monitor usage study and found that productivity increased up to 50 percent or more when using multiple displays. "EVGA now enables in a single system what used to be called a 'partners' desk, traditionally facilitating teamwork between two executives while facing each other. Users can rotate one of the Interview's panels over and both can see the same thing. Doctors can use it in a patient-doctor relationship for reviewing X-rays with patients, teachers can use it for one-on-one tutoring, engineers can use it where they want to have a collaborative discussion on a design...and you can use it yourself for having more screen real estate because the more you can see - the more you can do."
"We found the need to improve today's face to face interaction in all business environments, and that is why we spent so much effort to develop the InterView," said Andrew Han, president of EVGA Corporation. "EVGA's unique, patented design for the InterView, using two rotating displays will redefine business interaction around the world."

The EVGA InterView dual-display is covered by numerous global patents.