The device feels pretty nice in hand, but there's still a bit of a prototype vibe about it -- maybe because it's still a prototype. It's clearly a resistive screen, and the device will include a stylus for non touch-optimized apps. Toshiba seemed to be having fun with the multitude of Apple comparisons, namely since there isn't an Apple device to compare it to yet. They also call the video output the tablet's killer app, and promise to show more once they can track down a WiFi signal. Sure, it's just a MID at the end of the day, but we'll be happy to humor them -- it's a pretty hot MID.
Update: We've got some video hands-on of the JournE right after the break -- gaze upon its G-Force displaying prowess!
Update 2: Added one more video after the break, just in case you didn't get enough the first go 'round.
Toshiba's JournE touch multimedia tablet hands-on