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When a single screen is simply not enough, there’s the libretto W105. This special-edition, ultramobile companion goes beyond slates and tablets to deliver something more: a full Windows 7 experience to be enjoyed across two touch screens. So now you can enjoy many different things - games, ebooks, movies, music, TV and so on - from a single handheld device. Small but multi-talented, it puts your mobile life in the palm of your hands, offering easy multi-touch navigation and virtual keyboards that let you type, click and browse the way you want. Featuring a durable 1.5-pound4 clamshell design on the outside, and the horsepower of the Intel Pentium processor11 on the inside, it’s not only easy to travel with, it’s well-powered. That gives you the freedom to fully relish media most anywhere; enjoy seamless emailing and all the apps you can’t live without; easily share, stream and synchronize content with your home network or cloud; plus chat live and use cordless accessories through wireless2 versatility. Embodying our quarter-century of innovation, the libretto W105 proves that with Toshiba 25 years of boundless mobility innovation is now well within reach.
The next generation in ultra-mobile computing, the Toshiba Libretto W105 goes beyond tablets and netbooks to deliver a full Windows 7 experience that's accessed across two 7-inch multi-touch screens. Featuring a durable 1.8-pound clamshell design on the outside and the horsepower of an Intel Pentium processor on the inside, the Libretto W105 helps you stay productive on the go as well as allow you to enjoy games, e-books, movies, music, and TV wherever you roam.
You can stretch your windows across both displays or see two windows on each screen, and navigate with intuitive multi-touch control. The versatile Libretto W105 also provides full typing comfort courtesy of virtual keyboards--choose from six modes, including Simple, Full, Thumb, and even a 10-key pad.
The Libretto W105 (model W105-L251) is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium and comes equipped with an Intel Pentium processor, 2 GB of fast DDR3 memory and a 62 GB solid state drive--plenty of horsepower for enjoying rich Internet and multimedia content. Built-in connectivity features--including 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth--give you the flexibility to connect from any hotspot or pair the device with their favorite wireless accessories, such as a mouse, headphones and more.
Engineered for the ultimate in carrying comfort and handheld performance, it's equipped with a spacious solid state drive for storing and sharing your files, along with music, photos and clips. And it's encased in a black metallic finish.
With an ultra-portable weight of just 1.8 pounds, the Libretto W105 is designed to deliver a rich Internet experience, multimedia playback and the freedom to multitask--just like a standard laptop--but with the advantage of two 7-inch touchscreens to work, watch and play on. The multi-touch screens can work independently or together, giving you the flexibility to decide how they want to use them. Surf the Web on one screen while checking e-mail on the other, view two documents simultaneously or view a Web page across both screens. A built-in 3D accelerometer allows the Libretto W105 to rotate into portrait or landscape modes, making the device look and feel more like a book, newspaper or magazine.
The traditional clamshell design allows the device to fold up for easier portability, while protecting the screens from breaks and scratches. Measuring a mere 4.84 inches by 7.95 inches when closed, the device fits easily into almost any bag or jacket pocket.
Carry the Libretto W105 PC and you're done with wires. The Wireless-N Wi-Fi puts you in touch from any hotspot, and the integrated Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity lets you lose the cords when using headphones, speakers, or a mouse. A built-in webcam empowers you to chat face-to-face all over the place.
Powered by Windows 7 Home Premium, this ultra mobile PC offers familiar navigation and full multimedia capabilities. Perfect for multitasking, the energy-efficient Intel Pentium processor helps you take advantage of all the Windows applications you commonly use--including productivity apps like Microsoft Office and video chat like Skype--as well as a wide range of multimedia.
You can also easily share, stream and synchronize your files and multimedia through your home network or cloud. And it comes with a USB port and built-in memory reader so you can transfer files to and from external hard drives and other peripherals.
The Libretto W105 features six virtual keyboard modes plus a virtual touchpad. The keyboards feature haptic technology, providing sensory feedback when the keys are selected, making typing fast, accurate and easy. Keyboard modes include simple, full, numeric 10-key, and split thumb mode keyboard styles, providing you with options to fit your own personal style or suit the task at hand.
To make navigation as easy as possible, the Libretto W105 includes several premium Toshiba apps that enhance the computing experience:
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This package contains the Toshiba Libretto W105-L251, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, and operating instructions.
This year, Toshiba celebrates its 25th anniversary of innovations and quality in the notebook PC business. Beginning with the launch of the Toshiba T1100, the world's first clamshell-type, fully functional laptop PC, Toshiba has led the with such innovations as the first laptop with a color monitor in 1991 and a laptop with integrated CD-ROM drive in 1995 (followed by the addition of a DVD drive in 1998). And in 2009, Toshiba unveiled the world's first ultraportable laptop with 512GB solid state drive.
Today, Toshiba continues to be a leader in manufacturing, with virtually all of its consumer laptops earning EPEAT Gold status for meeting standards that help reduce overall environmental impact.
It is a bit pricey but if you got the doe to burn then I would say go for it, I love it even put photoshop CS2 and it works great, it is not bad typing on either does a pretty good... Read morePublished on January 4, 2011 by seth
product is good . software windows 7 functions well . the fan on the laptop should have been on my cieling instead.Published on November 1, 2010 by Sandeep
In short, I bought this machine for the dual screens. I have wanted a dual screen e-reader since I saw the first prototype back in 2003. Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by Kathleen Eldridge
I was looking for a compact, Windows OS, tablet PC and Toshiba fortunately decided to make this concept available to consumers on a limited basis. I am glad that they did. Read morePublished on October 16, 2010 by Juan R. Montermoso
This is an amazing item, i'm glad i didnt get anything defective. Mt libretto runs amazingly, the features are magnificent, and i love the sleek style of it! Read morePublished on October 15, 2010 by DJ AK47
Look I'm not going to sit here and say the Libretto isn't flawless because it is. But what device isn't? Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by CmC918
After reading the reviews on Amazon for the Libretto W105 and after getting one myself I really don't understand how this wonderful UMPC got the reviews it did. Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Amazon Customer
IMHO it's not worth 1100 bucks. The machine runs VERY hot, bad battery life, speaker is useless and the fan is very noisy. I regret that i purchased this machine. Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by C. Le