The folks behind the Litl Webbook plan to launch an update that will support Adobe Flash Player 10.1 with hardware video acceleration. In other words, you’ll be able to watch HD Flash video on the Litle Webbook. But the company is also introducing an SDK that will allow developers to write Flash-based channels for the notebook.

The Litl Webbook is a notebook that runs a custom operating system. It’s designed to be easier to use than a Windows or Mac PC, and more laptop-like than an iPad or most Google Android devices, thanks to the large display, keyboard, and touchpad.

You can also fold the screen back 270 degrees and prop up the Webbook in an easel-like configuration for viewing videos or interacting with Flash-based apps using the built-in scroll dial or a remote control.

litl: sdk & flash player 10.1 from litl on Vimeo.

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One reply on “Litl Webbook to support HD Flash video”

  1. Chuck, as I read through all the Info. about the “Litl webbook” I assume your main target would be seniors. If so, I have a couple of suggestions.
    #1: The keys are very hard for seniors to read, how about leaving the keys Gray But make the letters, numbers,etc. “Black” which would make it Much Easier for seniors to be able to read the keys.
    #2: There is no way to increase the size of the fonts, if there is I have not been able to find it. You know Chuck, senior’s eyes are not what they use to be, & I really thinks this would help your sales to seniors.
    Thank You, Ira Cohen

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