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Toshiba's "Libretto W100" is first dual touch screen notebook

Toshiba's "Libretto W100" is first dual touch screen notebook

Bangalore: Toshiba brings to you a fresh outlook for notebooks. It has launched "Libretto W100"- the world's first dual touch screen Windows mini notebook PC. Also released is "Portege R700", Toshiba's lightest and thinnest full function laptop.
The Libretto W100 comes with two touch sensitive screens with 7 inch display. It is mainly targeted at prosumers. The Libretto W100 can be held both vertically or horizontally as per the user's requirement. The lower screen also functions as a virtual keyboard, making the device function like a laptop.

Files and icons can be dragged and dropped from one screen to another with the sweep of a finger. Its connectivity options allow the user to surf the net, read and type e-mails or messages, download newspapers, watch videos or access social networks.
The Portege R700 is a 13.3 inch laptop that is light in weight and comes with an ultra slim chassis. It has an Intel Core processor and 8GB RAM. With one time charging, the battery runs up to eight hours. The laptop is also equipped with a 3D sensor for protecting hard disk against drops and shocks. It enables high data transfer with the support of HDMI and USB 3.0.
"Toshiba's pioneering innovation and strength of engineering excellence enables groundbreaking technologies realizing into the designing of laptops in order to deliver an unparalleled blend of high performance, mobility and features to our consumers. All this and keeping in mind affordability." said Sivakumar. N, General Manager, TIPL (PC Division) on the release of the products.

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