In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the company’s laptop business, Toshiba has announced a limited edition dual-touchscreen ultra-mobile PC (UMPC), Libretto W100. It runs on Windows 7 and will be available from August 2010. At the first look the gadget looks just WOW…doesn’t it?
Amazing looks apart, the gadget come with some power packed features:
The primary question that crosses one’s mind is that how will the dual screens work…right?
Libretto W100 can easily be used as a traditional laptop with a screen on one side and a keyboard on the other. The device enables using both screens as one slate, this will really be helpful while browsing the web or reading a book or a document. You can run different applications on each screen simultaneously. The W100 also has a built-in accelerometer that lets you use the device in both landscape and portrait modes.
This limited edition notebook is reportedly priced just above $1000 but the company is currently focused on positioning it as a limited edition device and hence, the huge price tag. Check out the video below to get a detailed insight into the gadget
Toshiba certainly has heated up the tablet market by fusing 2 iPad’s into one. What do you think?