Perhaps best known for flooring us with their giant dual-14.1″-screen tablet (twice), the folks at Kno have announced they’ll be complementing that titan with a half-sized model. And by “half-sized”, I mean that in the most literal way possible.
Kno, formerly known at Kakai, formally unveiled their dual-screen tablet at D8, and it is BIG! No, I mean, literally big, as in this guy holding the Kno is not a hobbit. On the plus side, the guys at Kno are serious about pen input.
Stealth start-up Kakai has changed their name to Kno (like “know” as in understanding and learning and stuff, get it?), and according to Kara Swisher at All Things Digital, they’ll be showing off their secret project, possibly a tablet, at the D: All Things Digital conference.
Word out of AllThingsD is that a stealth startup (man, those things are common nowadays) called Kakai is working on a new tablet device that’s described as “a Kindle for Students and Much More” allowing for gesture control and a variety of note-taking abilities.