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Toshiba Libretto W100 sports Dual Screen




In celebration of its 25 years of making laptop computers, Toshiba announced a limited edition “netbook tablet” with dual screens, the Toshiba Libretto W100.

This dual-screen tablet netbook isn’t really the first one we’ve seen (MSI has a prototype they showed back in January during CES 2010), it might be the first one to hit the market this August.

Each of the display is a 7-inch multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. The tablet will be running an Intel Pentium U5400 CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz with 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 64GB SSD.

It will also have Bluetooth, WiFi but just USB ports and include an 8-cell battery. Windows 7 will come pre-installed out of the box.

Toshiba did not indicate how much these babies will sell for but numbers going around says it could be as steep as $1,099.



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10 Responses

  1. Teknisyan says:

    too expensive for a tablet.. I guess that’s the reason why the product was reported to be a limited run only.

    http://teknisyan.blogspot.com/2010/06/toshiba-libretto-w100-dual-screen.html

  2. manaka_junpei says:

    Nintendo DS wannabees

  3. @manaka: LOL, nintendo DS wannabee indeed.

  4. simplynice93 says:

    It’s a blown up version of the nintendo DS. Too big for me…

  5. wakocoke says:

    LOL DS wannabee? wtf it doesn’t have a stylus. pati matagal na tong concept na to, e-newspaper anyone?

  6. Herce says:

    I will buy one. I love the concept. Will be planning a trip to Singapore in August when this comes out for sure!

  7. Herce says:

    Er, maybe not. The preview from ars is not so good: http://alturl.com/ig3o. Maybe i should wait for an Android version of this.

  8. trufflemash says:

    it’s like a real book.. looks comfortable than ____.. LOL

  9. Gelo says:

    It’s rumored that it’ll be introduced officially in the Philippines on July 15. Same time as all the new Toshiba notebooks I’ve seen at Engadget. Like the Toshiba AC100 Android netbook as well as the new greatly redesigned Porteges and Satellites. Some of them will be rolling out this late June.

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