Not so long ago, we’ve published our Toshiba Libretto W100 Review. You can read it via the link. Now that the Toshiba Libretto W100 dual screen notebook is out and ready to conquer the world of computing, we have some criticisms about its price. Toshiba put a high price on Libretto W100 laptop – almost $1,100! And that’s only the cheapest as you can customize the specs of this Ultra Mobile PC with virtual dual touchscreen (no physical keyboard).
For gainfully employed individuals with stable jobs and successful businesses, the new Toshiba Libretto W100 is just one of those gadgets that must be had. But for the non-working class, the Libretto W100 laptop can be classified as a luxury item. You can buy a good desktop PC or a regular laptop with decent specs with the cost of owning a Libretoo W100.
But what makes Toshiba’s Libretto W100 laptop so interesting? First, this is the first “laptop” that features a dual virtual touchscreen and powered by Windows 7. It’s like using a cheap tablet PC except that Libretto W100 ain’t cheap and it’s not categorized as a Tablet PC.
The basic package of Toshiba Libretto W100 (Libretto W105-L251 variant) worth $1,100 has the following features:
- Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit)
- Intel Pentium Processor U5400
- 62GB Solid State Drive (Serial ATA, SSD)
- 2GB DDR3 800MHz memory
- Dual 7.0″ widescreens
- Intel Integrated Graphics
Toshiba Libretto W100 series pre-order is now being taken for its Libretto W105-L251 model. Variants with higher specs (customized) are expected to become available online soon.