Excerpt: I have for reviewing a very interesting device from Toshiba and that is the Libretto W105. This is a very unusual laptop with two 7 inch touchscreens that are capacitive. This model uses a virtual keyboard which makes it even more interesting. The Libretto was built by Toshiba to show …
A little pricey but really cool to use and usefull too
4 January 2011
Summary: 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 job with that, I even put a couple of older pc games on it and it works, a little glitchy as it only wants to use one...
Summary: 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. That prototype was bought out buy a major bookseller and never saw the light of day. Since then no one even seemed to consider a dual screen reader.
Simply the nicest and most useful gadget I've ever owned
B. Dowell, Amazon
18 September 2010
Summary: The Toshiba Libretto W100 (the W100 is the Japanese version with a WiMax radio and the W105 is the practically the same hardware sans WiMax sold in the US) is most exotic computer form factor to be released in years, Toshiba after all branded it a "concept" device.
Summary: 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. I should have waited for reviews before making my purchase.