Toshiba unveiled the Libretto W100, a dual-screen laptop running Windows 7. You may be asking what dual-screen means, well like a laptop it has a screen, a tiny one in fact; unlike normal laptops, instead of a keyboard it has, yes you guessed it, another touch-sensitive 7” screen.
This tiny netbook is highly versatile with both screens having touch capabilities and, of course, the ability to view content on both. If you want to use it as a normal laptop the lower screen can display a virtual keyboard. Alternatively you could just use both screens at the same time and drag and drop content, files or icons from one screen to another with a single sweep of the finger.
Finally a Windows competitor for the iPad; sadly Toshiba have not sold close to a million units yet (distant history for the iPad) but still a gorgeous-looking device with a powerful operating system behind it.