On the outside, it looks very much like ASSA Twin/Twin Combi, but unlike those it uses spring-less sliders for the side mechanism.
Basically it's like Desmo (but with much smaller pins) or EVVA 3KS, but with a pin tumbler mechanism on top.
What's interesting is that the design utilizes "split pins". There are 5 pin Chambers but each actually holds 2 pins, for a grand total of 10.
This should mean that it has a much bigger code space and also that the side mechanism is actually master-keyable.
Thanks to a trade with macavity I finally got my hands on a brand-new one.
Sorry for the crappy photos, my setup isn't exactly the best as you can see...
Key. At first glance it's just like any Twin/Twin Combi, but note that the side code is actually a track and not just a normal bitting.
Top pins. Standard new-style ASSA drivers - boooring! The pin chambers are countermilled/threaded as well, just like usual.
Plug and sidebar. Thankfully for us that are somewhat stupid and clumsy, and unlike certain other locks, the sidebar is reversible.
Close-up showing side pins and gates. This is as far as I'm willing to go at the moment - the pins are TINY! You can clearly see the split between the two pins in each chamber.
The "gate side" looks very much like EVVA 3KS (how is one not a patent violation of the other?!), with shallow false gates.
The design of the lock is documented in US patent 7370502, which can be viewed at http://www.freepatentsonline.com/7370502.html