Sharp Mebius NJ70A Has Twice as Many Screens as a Typical NetbookJohn Herrman4/21/09 5:35amFiled to: NetBooksSharp mebius nj70aSharp mebiusMebiusSharpSharp netbookSecondary screensGlass touchpadTouchpad displayTrackpad displayNotebooksDisplays34EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkOn paper, the Mebius NJ70A looks just about the same as every other Atom netbook, except for one glaring, 854x480, 4-inch, multitouch LCD difference.AdvertisementFollowing a stroke a genius (or possibly just a regular stroke), Sharp's designers have completely replaced this netbook's trackpad with a glass multitouch screen. Akihabara News gave it a try below, but their photos, first impressions and video still leave some questions. Mebius NJ70A Hands-On: The world first netbook with optical by AkihabaraNewsLike, is there a another pointing mechanism? Akihabara's fiddling seems to reveal a touchscreen that is like almost any other capacitive panel, which is to so say sensitive, but not overly precise—and certainly not precise enough for typical mousing duties. Unless the center button is touch sensitive, or another section of the OS 9-reminiscent wristrest area has a Synaptics pad hiding out underneath it, the screen like the sole touch input mechanism, rather than a supplementary fun-screen like the Fujitsu LifeBook's. It's also unclear if the screen can be configured as a second monitor.