Toshiba has just launched a new dual screen notebook, the Toshiba Liberto W100. The Toshiba Liberto W100 is a notebook without a physical keyboard, instead it uses one of the screens for a virtual keyboard.
The Toshiba Liberto makes use of Windows 7 Touch features, and you can even drag applications from one screen to another, and it can be used in both portrait and landscape modes.
The Toshiba Liberto W100 features an Intel U5400 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 62GB solid state drive (SSD) and one USB 2.0 port, there is also a 1 megapixel web camera, a microSD card reader and a battery that will give you up to five hours of usage.
There are no details as yet on how much the Toshiba Liberto W100 will retail for, it will go on sale in the UK later in the summer, there are no details on when it will be available in the US.
via UbergizmoFiled Under: Gadgets News, Laptops, Technology News