The other day Toshiba announced a new dual screen netbook/notebook, the Toshiba Libertto W100. The Toshiba Libertto W100features dual 7 inch screens, and one of the screens can be used as a virtual keyboard.
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.
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 Libertto is now available to pre-order in Japan for 124,000 YEN, which works out at about $1,377, although it is expected to retail for about $1,100 when it goes on sale in the US.
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