The Switchblade is sort of a conceptual combination of the Toshiba Libretto (with its dual 7-inch screens) and the Optimus Prime keyboard (the first keyboard to push the individual-OLED idea). The Switchblade's keyboard is of standard size for 7-inch netbooks, which means fairly small keys (and not a whole lot of them). To compensate, Razer used keys that are actually tiny OLED screens, which means you can put any image you want on them. Want the QWERTY to actually be ACBDEF? Go for it, you nonconformist, you. Or, more practically, how about assigning a Gmail logo to a key, and having that open a bookmarked Gmail page?