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On Monday, Toshiba unveiled three new mobile PCs, two of which mark firsts for the company.
The Libretto W100 (shown above) is Toshiba's first dual-screen portable, while the AC100 is the hardware maker's first Android-based smartbook. The third device is the lightweight Portege R700.
The Libretto W100, which is designed to act as a personal notebook, has two 7-inch touchscreens that can be used for horizontal or vertical display. The LED-backlit screens, which have a resolution of 1,024 by 600 pixels, can be combined to show a single document across both.
If angled like a notebook, the lower screen will display Toshiba's Lifespace interface or a variety of keyboards.