Toshiba Libretto W100 dual-screen laptop now available

Summary:Toshiba's Libretto W100 laptop, which garnered a lot of buzz earlier this summer with its dual-screen design, is now available in the United States. But for a little notebook, it sure has a big price to pay.

Toshiba'Libretto W100 laptop, which garnered a lot of buzz earlier this summer with its dual-screen design, is now available in the United States. But for a little notebook, it sure has a big price to pay.

The clamshell-style computer boasts dual 7-inch diagonal multi-touch WSVGA displays with several different virtual keyboards. Thus, users can alternate between using the W100 as an e-book reader or for productivity. With Wireless-N and Bluetooth 2.1 technology plus its handheld size, it's an incredibly portable product that seems most appropriate when traveling, either for business or leisure.

Additionally, with the built-in webcam and microphone, you could turn it into one big Zack Morris-esque cell phone. Just a thought.

Some of the other notable specs on the Libretto W100 include:

  • Intel Pentium U5400 processor
  • Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Integrated Intel HD graphics
  • 2GB of DDR3 memory
  • 62GB solid state drive
  • Memory card reader
  • 8-cell battery

Pricing starts at $1,099.99. Remember, this Toshiba product is only on a limited run, so if you want one, act fast.

Topics: Hardware, Laptops, Mobility, Toshiba

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