The Libretto is a line of subnotebook computers designed and produced by Toshiba. As a part of the 25th anniversary of Toshiba’s laptop business, the company unveiled a dual-screen laptop concept named the Libretto W100.
It is dual 7.0-inch multi-touch displays with 1024×600 pixel resolution, together with a virtual keyboard with haptic response. It is powered by an Intel Pentium U5400 CPU operating at 1.2 GHz, 2 GB of DDR3 memory and a 64 GB SSD, which makes it a fairly powerful machine. Other specs include a 1-megapixel webcam, Bluetooth, MicroSD card, Wi-Fi, one USB port, an 8-cell battery and a Windows 7 operating system.
It’s also a very portable device, measuring merely 4.84 inches by 7.95 inches when closed, and weighing 1.8 lbs. It is priced approximately at $1,099.
Design: Toshiba Libretto’s cutting-edge designwith its light clamshell casing lets you tuck them away neatly. Dual multi-touch screens offer virtual keyboards and a “soft” track pad that let you navigate, type, click and browse any way you like. And they turn vertical, making it easy to read ebooks.
Performance: It is running on Windows 7 Operating System. Offering power-efficient Intel processors, they let you easily jump from one thing to the next, or juggle everything at once. As for Internet, you’ll be browsing, shopping, posting and sharing in more places than ever.
Mobility: libretto ultra-mobile concept PCs do what smartphones dread and go where laptops fear to tread, providing a full PC and rich Internet experience in a super-small handheld design. You’ll have the freedom to savor your media most anywhere, enjoying seamless emailing and the Office apps you can’t live without. You’ll also be able to chat face-to-face with the important people in your life.
Virtual Multi-Mode Keyboard: Enjoy total flexibility and typing comfort in four separate modes—full, simple, thumb and 10-key, plus a quick-launch button.
Dual Screens: Two 7” multi-touch screens let you tailor this ultra mobile device to work and display content exactly how you want. And they rotate for easy ebook reading.
Brushed Metal Casing: Handsomely designed, the libretto concept device is a true fashion statement. [via]