|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.2 GHz Pentium|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Hard Drive||62 GB Serial ATA solid state drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Mobile Intel HD Graphics|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||728 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Toshiba libretto W105-L251 7-Inch Dual Touchscreen Laptop (Silver/Black)
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- 1.2 GHz Intel Pentium U5400 Processor
- 2 GB DDR3 RAM
- 62 GB Serial ATA Hard Drive
- Dual 7-Inch Touch Screens, Intel HD Graphics
- Windows 7 Home Premium, 8 Cell Lithium Ion Battery
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Top Customer Reviews
I love this. I am 47 so I need to use my magnifying glasses to view the screen but I expected that. The touch is very responsive. I have no trouble clicking links in internet explorer or scrolling by swiping the screen. The keyboard is pretty responsive although you have to be in a different position directly over the keys..unlike a 3d keyboard where you type more at an angle.
I did buy a stylus but havent needed to use it. I bought one of those tiny usb mouses and that has really helped to speed navigation. I have perfected a combo of the mouse the keyboard and touch that makes this device a productivity whiz.
The screen is amazing. the processor very speedy. Programs download and install quickly. Web surfing is fast.
As far as the dual screen, it is nice to open windows and split them. I have used the accelerometer when I have enarged windows using the pinch technique too large to view a whole window.. turning the device lets me see the bottom or viewing the page over the two windows does also. One tip maximizing with the keyboard open..the page goes under the keyboard so close it to see it! I didnt realize this right away.
Yes the fan is louder than expected but it is not on all the time and sounds almost like light static mroe than a fan.
If you are used to using an ipod touch you will love using windows in the same manner. If you are looking for a mini laptop this isnt really how it functions.
Bravo toshiba..this is the future of mobile computing!
Update Oct 6,2010.
Now that I have had a chance to play with this thing I absolutely love it! My favorite thing is reading kindle books..in full screen..Read more ›
Level 1 support gave me a number. It was a toll number and when I called it was "local computer store" in CA. (Did not to post the number to protect the poor store owner)
Called again and got Level 2, he too was not helpful.Said he would get Level 3 to call me. He "spoke to the higher ups in Toshiba" and has no answer or help at this time.
My case may be unique so here is my short summary (Based on 6 hours of use) .
1. Looks Cool, great concept, dual screen
2. Small form factor
3. USB Port
4. External battery can be replaced
5. Inbuilt camera
6. Flash compatible.
1. No tech support for now
2. Not sure if the defective machine is a software or hardware issue and if it limited to just this one computer.
3. No replacements in stock any where, if you have defective machine.
4. Expensive, for $1300 can get a lot of computer if you can live without the "Dual screen" and form factor
5. Touch screen has no stylus, if you have thick fingers you are out of luck, can't make it work, will keep hitting the wrong icon or text.
6. Noisy fan, (placed in the top screen), runs almost the minute you turn it on.
7. Speakers have a very weak output.
COMPARISON TO OTHER MACHINES
None to do so. Small form factor, dual touch screen.Read more ›
Build & Design
The most striking characteristic of the W100 is unquestionably its two 7" 1024x600 touchscreens housed in a diminutive clamshell package measuring 7.95" x 4.84" x 1.2", weighing 1.55 lbs. with the 4 cell battery and about 1.8 lbs. with the 8 cell power source. It's much smaller and lighter than the average 10" netbook and it'll easily fit in a woman's purse and even fits in some of my pants pockets. After reading other comments about the new Libretto I don't think enough emphasis is put on just how small and portable it truly is, arguably the coolest things about this device.
One design aspect to note is that the CPU and motherboard comprise the top of the unit, the reverse of practically all other clamshell computers. As a result the top does get warm, not scalding but not comfortable to hold for long periods of time especially if the unit is running hard. This issue is part of the reason why I don't think the Libretto's portrait mode is particularly useful, and the fact that the portrait orientation of 600x1024 simply doesn't work well for many things as the horizontal width is simply too narrow.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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
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