At times, seeing the amount of tablets that are being introduced lately, I wonder about the future of the industry, where and would consume all these. But then student, the little and big businessmen around me are heard shouting at the top of their voices, and I get back to the reality – there sure is a big market out there. To make a difference to the iPad’s share, with its dual screen display (the never made read Microsoft Courier type), Kno tablet was introduced at the All Things Digital on Wednesday. The Kno with 14-inch touchscreens touting eight hours of battery life has two separate battery packs for both the screens. Aimed at the students, the tablet with full Web-browsing facility runs custom version of Linux and has a low power NVIDIA Tegra chipset within. There’s no official word on the price, since the tablet is still work in progress, but CNet in an interview with Kno CEO Osman Rashid have cited the price to be under the $1,000 mark. The tablet is slated to be available to student by the end of the year. Take a closer look at the Kno tablet in the images and videos that follow.