It is 25 years since Toshiba unveiled their first laptop. To mark the anniversary, the Japanese company has unveiled a new dual touchscreen laptop – the Libretto W100. The new Toshiba Libretto laptop has no physical keyboard and users may type on a touchscreen. However, the keyboard offers force feedback to users to offer a physical keyboard experience.
This apart, the presence of two screens would mean users may surf the internet on one screen while checking email on another. Also, the laptop has an accelerometer to let users navigate in portrait and landscape mode.
Other tech specs include a 1024×600 resolution, Intel Pentium U5400 processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and a 62GB hard drive.