The Toshiba Libretto

In a world where new technology is introduced daily, companies strive to make their product better than the competition. Toshiba has outdone themselves with their new and innovative product called the Toshiba Libretto. The Libretto is the world’s first dual screen Windows 7 computer.

When closed, the Libretto looks more like an oversized Nintendo DS but, when opened, the user is greeted by two 7-inch multi-touch displays running Windows 7. As a user, you may be asking yourself, “How am I supposed to type my paper?” One of the combinations allows a user to have the top dispay open with Microsoft Word and the bottom with an on-screen keyboard, or vice versa. When using the Libretto, the two displays act as an extended desktop so users are able to move a window from one display to the next; this can be quite convenient when watching a movie in one display and browsing the Internet with the other. To be a crowd pleaser, turn the Libretto on its side and the displays turn vertical.

Though the turn-away point may be the price, this computer packs more punch than a netbook so, for a nice travel computer, the price is worth it. Overall, the Libretto may not be what is needed in a computer; however, Toshiba continues their venture in the “mini-laptop” market because the new Libretto could really help out a businessman on the go.

For more information on the Toshiba Libretto, visit the Toshiba website.

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