You might remember the Flybook VM from our post back in November, a swan-necked notebook by innovative company Dialogue which used an extending support arm to allow far greater flexibility as to where exactly your display sits. Back then it was just up for pre-order on Dynamism, but Engadget dropped by the Dialogue booth at CES and snapped some photos.
While the display model was running Vista (commercial examples come with Windows XP Pro), otherwise the hardware was pretty consistent with the pre-order details back in November. I’ll be interested to read a review and see how useful that poseable display is; I can’t help but think that they’ve missed a trick by not outfitting it with a touchscreen and XP Tablet Edition.
Dialogue’s Flybook VM Laptop [Engadget]