MSI has demoed two new touchscreen concept devices at CES that could be available as soon as June - if public feedback is positive - that look like the much rumoured Microsoft Courier or the Asus Eee Reader.

Although lacking a name at the moment, the dual screen notebook, as it is currently called, runs Windows 7, and offers a 10-inch dual touch panel with virtual keyboard and ebook reader experience according to the Taiwanese company.

Storage is offered via SSD and the processor is Intel's Melow low power solution, presumably to remove the need for a fan or other heat-related requirements. No word on price, although our man on the inside suggested it would be expensive.

The two devices are currently sporting two different screen sizes with the smaller of the two also sporting an electronic display on the outside. 

We will keep you posted.