First it was the Kyocera Echo. Now this? Just when you thought someone couldn’t make a bad idea any worse, Fujitsu shows this off. Fujitsu is working on getting this device to the market in the next few months, though no specific time frame was given. If you look closely, you’ll see that it’s different in a few ways from the Echo; it’s running Symbian and it has different configurations for the two screens. It looks like the hinge can be moved around for different orientations while the devices stay connected — we’re hoping for the best, but it’s likely this will be the first thing to break. As soon as Fujitsu can perfect Android for the dual screens, then we can expect it to release.