Several years ago the Nintendo company released a game console Nintendo DS with two screens. As its release concurred with Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP), the first one had little chance of success because of rather unsatisfactory characteristics. Nevertheless, the time shows that opportunities provided by two screens attracted users' interest and, as a result, the similar devices choice grew and overflew video games. The laptop shown at the picture is a prototype developed by the Intel company. It differs from its analogues by the second display inserted into the cover. To save energy, it is performed with E-Ink technology and is rather small to show notifications, and be convenient to read from. If such innovation will get accustomed in laptops or it will prove to be useless, we should know very soon.