Tap, surfing and telephoning with a device Apple has set the iPad standards. The competition brings in turn new generations of Netbooks on the market, combining different approaches. The news portal news.de introduces two innovative models. The international fun chewing position, Toshiba introduces a dual-screen NetBook with the libretto. The two seven-inch multitouch-enabled screens, users can customize their own needs. You can use it also as a combination of monitor and keyboard.
An Intel Pentium U5400 processor is used. The device is used with Wi-Fi, optional equipped with UMTS, a USB port and a SD card reader. Thanks to the use of motion sensors, the libretto can be used also as an eBook reader. First copies should be available between July and August in the trade. Buyer must pay between 1099 and 1249 euro. With the AC100, Toshiba combines the technology of smartphones with a NetBook. In the 900 gram heavy device, an NVIDIA Tegra-T20 mobile processor, works the Operating system is Android 2.1.
The appliance is similar to how a Smartphone more quickly from stand-by wake up to. The user interface of the ten-inch display is quite similar to a mobile phone rather. Apps like Documents to Go allow to edit Microsoft Office files. Robert Bakish takes a slightly different approach. In addition, an E-Mail application is installed, as browser Opera mobile. AC 100 is equipped with Wi-Fi. Who wants to surf via cellular (HSDPA), must however pay more. The device is then correspondingly more expensive. The AC100 is available no earlier than August. More information: ../es-ist-ein-smartbook/1/ news.de GmbH Lisa Neumann