Yesterday, Toshiba announced the world’s first dual touch screen laptop called the Libretto W100. According to the Toshiba website, a limited number of these small hand held devices will be available in August 2010.
It comes with a Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System powered by an Intel Pentium processor, 2GB of RAM, a 62GB SSD (solid state drive), Wireless-N Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a HD Webcam, an 8 cell Battery and those two 7″ multi-touch screens (each with 1024 x 600 resolution).
The touch screens can work independently or together, allowing users to browse the Web on one screen while checking E-mail on the other, or to view a webpage across both screens.
There are six virtual keyboard modes to choose from including simple, full, numeric 10-key and split thumb mode keyboard styles, and the keyboards provide haptic feedback, that is, the keyboard vibrates slightly when you type, similar to many smart phones.
See the video of Toshiba Libretto W100 on their YouTube channel.