Toshiba’s Libretto W100 has two 7-inch multi-touch displays, an Intel Pentium 1.2 GHz processor, a 62 GB solid state drive, a 1-megapixel camera and 2 GB of memory. It runs Windows 7 and weighs around 1.8 lbs, only a little more than the Apple iPad’s 1.6 lbs.
Toshiba’s Libretto does have going for it is its extremely compact design and two gorgeous 1024X600 resolution screens. The Libretto is a very small devices in its category. It measures a little less than 5 inches by 8 inches so you can slip it into a jacket pocket or a small purse.
The multitouch screens can work independently or together, so users can surf the internet on one screen while emailing on the other, or view a large web page across both screens. The lower screen can display a virtual keyboard in any of several different layouts. There’s a single USB port and a built in accelerometer for automatic adjustment from landscape to portrait modes.
The device is an “ultra-mobile concept PC,” according to Toshiba, and comes with a price tag of $1,100. That’s a lot of cash to spend for a concept.