Libretto W100: iPad rival?
The Libretto has many custom applications as well, it can interact with Microsoft Office apps and even launch Skype video calling.
Custom apps include File Browser to access folders and other applications; ReelTime, a visual history of recently opened documents; and Bulletin Board, a sort of visual project and task manager that lets you pin images, notes, reminders, and other widgets to virtual cork boards. It has two 7-inch diagonal touchscreens, that can run separate apps on each screen and drag and drop information, icons, and images back and forth between the dual screens.
You can use this system as tablet or a notebook, which means you can draw or take notes as well.
- Dual 7.0-inch diagonal multi-touch displays7 (1024 x 600)
- 6-mode virtual keyboard with haptic response
- Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system
- Intel® Pentium® U5400 processor1 (1.2GHz)
- 2GB DDR3 memory2
- 62GB Solid State Drive3
- 1.0 megapixel HD Webcam with Toshiba Face Recognition
- 802.11 b/g/n wireless4
- Bluetooth 2.1+EDR5
- MicroSD card slot
- One USB 2.0 port
- TOSHIBA Bulletin Board, ReelTime and PC Health Monitor software
- 8-cell battery
- 7.95″ (W) x 4.84″(D) x 1.2″(H)
- 1.8 lbs.6