Does the lure of playing with "the most powerful tablet anyone has ever made" tempt you? How about those dual 14.1-inch touchscreens? (That's a combined might of 28.2-inches!) Kno has received $46m investment, with an end-of-year launch already penciled-in.
I'm still not sure exactly what to make of the Libretto W100, Toshiba's dual-screen Windows 7 tablet. But if you're the curious type, you can buy one now for $1,100.
In addition to the zippy Portégé, Toshiba's also today announcing the Libretto W100. It's a full Windows dual-screen "ultra-mobile PC" that's not quite a tablet and not quite a netbook. In short: it's one curious little gadget.
If you hate the portability of tablets but love the glare, you might be interested in this "digital textbook" from Kno. Weighing it at 5.5lbs., its two 14.1-inch displays look like they were brought down from the mount. Kno, seriously: