I've never been a big fan of the tablet form-factor since to me it seems like a very limited way of using computers. However, I'm a big supporter of multi-touch and I believe it is definitely how most people are going to use their computers in the future. So that got me thinking: can we leverage the benefits of multi-touch on a laptop form-factor which runs Mac OS X? Eventually I came up with the idea of a MacBook with 2 overlapping touch screens so that you get a huge screen space, double the original size, in a device not bigger than an ordinary MacBook. Here's a very rough illustration of how it may look like. Obviously it doesn't look real but you can get the idea: Notice how the iPad apps look great in a multi-tasking environment and how Dashboard Widgets are prefect for a multi-touch user interface. It allows users to easily move apps between both screens so they keep their hands on the bottom screen most of the time while being able to look straight forward to the parallel screen while watching movies or typing. I'm sure Apple can develop a great MacBook with full multi-touch support which would greatly enhance the user experience. What do you think?