Every once in a while a company comes out with a new product that has the ‘wow factor.’ It seems that in recent years Apple has had a corner on the ‘wow’ market with its iPhone and iPad. But Toshiba is entering the fray with a new product called the Toshiba Libretto that offers a dual/split screen running Windows 7 Home Premium. What is unique about this computer is that the screens offer separate functions — both at the same time.

Toshiba describes its new product as:

Dual-Screen Versatility

The new libretto® W100 ultra mobile PC multiplies your possibilities by offering dual 7″ diagonal multi-touch screens that work horizontally or vertically—perfect for ebooks or enjoying movies, music and photos. It also offers easy navigation, along with different virtual keyboards plus a “soft” track pad that let you type, click and browse the way you want.

Breakthrough Portability

Weighing in at under two pounds, the durable clamshell design of the libretto® PC makes even the lightest laptops seem heavy. Engineered for the ultimate in carrying comfort and handheld performance, it’s equipped with a spacious solid state drive for storing and sharing your files, along with music, photos and clips. And it’s encased in a black metallic finish.
The Libretto features six different keyboards of various sizes and functions. The computer will also feature an Intel Processor, solid state drive, along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Web cam, plus other toys. On the Toshiba Web site there are videos that show the Libretto in action and provide a glimpse of what the PC will be capable of.

Take a look and see what you think.

Comments welcome.

Source – Toshiba