November 18, 2009 at 1:55 pm
The litl webbook has been designed from the ground up, both in terms of hardware and software. The 12-inch screen can flip right over so that it can be used in ‘easel mode’. It uses a custom operating system that presents the interface as a stack of cards.
These cards are classified in three channels: Blue denotes the “permanent” cards and includes settings. White denotes the web cards, such as Mozilla whilst the black cards are channel headers and can be thought of as widgets (clock, weather etc).
Litl has released a video giving a closer look at the card view and also a look at the browser used. The browser is kept very simple and clean with the only buttons I could see for back/forward and Google search. You can check out the video after the break.