Toshiba is launching a new notebook that has a dual-screen configuration. The new dual-screen notebook is called the Toshiba Liberto W100.
As it has a dual-screen config, the physical keyboard is replaced by a touchscreen keyboard. The screens measure 7 inches each and can act as 1 large screen, or 2 separate screens which can be rotated both portrait and landscape.
Windows 7 is used along with the touch features that are built in. As the screens work together, applications can be dragged across screens.
Specifications reveal that it runs an Intel U5400 processor. 2GB of RAM is built in and for storage it has a 62GB SSD. A USB 2.0 port is on the side and in the bezel, a 1 megapixel webcam can be found.
The battery provides about 5 hours of usage on a single charge and although not a huge amount, it does rival a number of larger laptops.
Pricing details have not been revealed and it is also unclear when it will go on sale although we have heard that a UK launch will be sometime later on this year.
When we get more details of the dual-screen netbook, we'll let you know.
Via: Geeky Gadgets