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Toshiba Libretto W100 review

Hands-On with the Toshiba Libretto W100

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A Finger Friendly Mini Notebook Wonder

A Finger Friendly Mini Notebook Wonder

Thanks to the kind folks over at Toshiba, we managed to get our hands on Toshiba's latest wonder for a few days, the Toshiba Libretto W100. While this is just a prototype unit, the unit works pretty darn well enough that we can already see the potential. And, unlike most other notebooks in the market, the Toshiba Libretto W100 stands out with an intention to shock and awe. Instead of your standard netbook design or the newer mini-notebooks that we've seen, including the Sony VAIO P and the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900, the W100 goes for broke with a pair of dual touch-enabled screens that gives you maximum interactivity with your device. While it does resemble a giant Nintendo DS lite somewhat, the Libretto comes designed to be used with just your fingers, so you won't find too many buttons. In fact, there's just three. Let's take a look at just how this works out in our video, shall we?

Close-up product shots and more findings await on the next page, so read on.