Toshiba’s new Libretto W100 ultra mobile PC is one of the first net books on the market to utilize a dual multi-touch screen, a genius design factor that allows the device to act either as a book-like dual screen tablet or a traditional laptop with a touchscreen keyboard interface.
The dual 7” multi-touch screens, which work both horizontally and vertically, features a virtual keyboard and a “soft” track pad. The clam shell design is less than two pounds, which is still about twice as heavy as an iPad, but unlike Apple’s wunderkind tablet the Libretto, driven by Windows 7 operating system and powered by a Intel Pentium processor, comes equipped with a built-in web camera, USB port, memory reader. It will also have integrated Bluetooth capabilities as well. It is due out in August.
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