The litl webbook, an Internet computer for the home, blends the content and interactivity of the web with high-quality TV-like viewing of online photos and other digital content.
When not used as a conventional laptop, the litl webbookâ€™s 12â€ screen and keyboard flip around its patented hinge so the computer can stand upright like an easel. With its screen exposed, the litl webbook is now ideal for passive or â€œlean backâ€ web activity like enjoying photos, listening to music, or consuming news, weather, and other web content.
The litl was designed to enhance home web use like this with a bright screen featuring a revolutionary 178-degree viewing â€œconeâ€. Most traditional computers are designed for a single user, but the litlâ€™s unique screen technology allows a group of people to clearly view the screen at the same time. For an even more social experience, the litl webbook also offers plug-and-play connectivity to large screen, high definition televisions by way of a convenient HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output port.
An innovative hinge-mounted scroll wheel for changing web â€œchannelsâ€ and an optional remote control further enhance this TV-like experience.
Engadget: hands-on with the litl webbookAdded: 1/13/10