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GPD Pocket review - TechRadar

Although there were some impressive devices for the time (the Sony Vaio and Toshiba Libretto, for example), the reality was that the technology wasn't available to make the machines viable for most users. The small screens were low resolution and low ...

Toshiba Libretto 100CT Mini-Notebook Review - Notebook Review

The 100CT incorporates Toshiba's AccuPoint system; to use, place your right thumb on the round circle to the right of the display (the AccuPoint) and use your index and middle fingers to control the right- and left-click buttons, respectively, located ...

14 tiny Windows laptops for under $400 - Liliputing

A decade ago there was pretty much no such thing as a cheap, tiny laptop computer. Sure you could find plenty of inexpensive portable computers. And you could find some tiny models like the Toshiba Libretto line. But until netbooks hit the scene in ...

Status Symbols: Toshiba Libretto - The Verge

Status Symbols are devices that transcend their specs and features, and become something beautiful and luxurious in their own right. They're things that live on after the megapixel and megahertz wars move past them, beacons of timeless design and ...

10 Tech Gifts to Buy Your Engineer for Christmas - EE Times

Most tech-oriented holiday gift guides are for engineers, by engineers. Unless you live with your coworkers, all that'll get you is another sweater or a bottle of Old Spice in your stocking. Better to plop your laptop on the dining room table so your ...

Bento modular computer concept combines notebook, tablet, smartphone - Liliputing

Having spent a little time with hybrid tablet-style notebooks which swap out a physical keyboard for a touchscreen display that you're supposed to type on, I have to say the experience is still pretty lousy. While the Toshiba Libretto W100 and Acer ...

Only Dual-Screen Devices Can Break Human Bottleneck - LAPTOP Magazine (blog)

The limitations of these early dual-screen slates should not hold us back. The Acer Iconia 6120 and the Toshiba Libretto W105 have set the stage for someone else to build a dual-screen tablet that lasts longer on a charge, weighs less, and carries a ...

Acer Iconia 6120 Review - LAPTOP Magazine

The Acer Iconia 6120 isn't the first dual-screen Windows 7 tablet on the block. The Toshiba Libretto W105 had two 7-inch displays and was about the size and weight of a paperback, but its short battery life and lackluster software doomed that device to ...

Toshiba's Libretto W100 reviewed - WhatsYourTech.ca

Sporting a camera, connectivity through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth as well as being no bigger than a pocketbook, the Toshiba Libretto W100 is geared towards users who demand the most portable yet functional devices. Toshiba's Libretto line has always been ...

Razer Switchblade: 7-inch pocket gaming concept blows our minds six ways from Sunday - Engadget

The most beautiful thing to come out of CES 2011? The show ain't over yet, but we're unafraid to say that Razer's Switchblade is the device to beat. Before you go getting your hopes up, we have to (regretfully) point out that this here gaming handheld ...

Top tablets in 2010: iPad, Galaxy, Inspiron Duo... - Independent

Toshiba Libretto W105 The Toshiba Libretto W105 is a dual screen 7.0-inch LCD tablet. The Libretto W105 tablet runs the full version of Microsoft's Windows 7 and packs in a 1.2GHz Intel Pentium processor, two touch-sensitive 7.0 inch wide LED LCDs, 2GB ...

Dual screen tablet from Taiji Electronics - Good E-Reader (blog)

The China based Taiji Electronics was last seen making waves with its unique tablet concept that also included a wireless bluetooth keyboard. This time it has come up with more conventional stuff – the Taiji T10A tablet though the same can't be said of ...

Acer's Iconia carriers the dual-screen torch in place of the Courier - Geek.com

It's a bit like Toshiba's Libretto W105, to which a number of people have already compared it. As for specs the Iconia is relatively tame for a laptop, but it's definitely not some underpowered tablet with a mobile phone processor. It runs an Intel ...

Dual-screen Acer Iconia laptop, hands-on - CNET

Can't choose between a laptop and a tablet? The Acer Iconia may be the product you've been waiting for. At a Manhattan press event on Tuesday, Acer announced a dual-screen multitouch laptop that, while looking like a concept computer in the flesh, also ...

Mintpass to launch dual-screen tablet/notebook - Liliputing

The concept sounds a lot like the Toshiba Libretto W100 or the concept device MSI was showing off at CES in January. CNET Asia reports that unlike the Toshiba and MSI laptops though, the Mintpass tablet won't just have two displays — it will also have ...

Toshiba Portege R700 laptop review - ElectricPig.co.uk

The 13.3-inch screen on the Toshiba Portege R700 has respectable viewing angles and is more than ample for checking out 720p HD YouTube videos, while the chiclet keyboard will let you crank out words at high speed, particularly if you prefer low set ...

Blio Is a Fast, Feature Rich, and Free Ebook Reader - Lifehacker

Owners of the Toshiba Libretto W105 tablet have already had a taste of the application—it ships with the tablet—but now it's available for public consumption. Blio sports a familiar library-style arrangement for cataloging your ebooks. Reading books ...

The First Toshiba Laptop for Kids - PC Magazine

Toshiba could have easily launched its own Classmate PC look-alike and pitched it to schools around the country. But no, the company decided to work under Best Buy's direction to create a laptop that targets parents who need a second laptop for their ...

3G capable Toshiba Libretto W100 hits Europe, Middle East - Liliputing

Toshiba's Libretto W100 is one of the most interesting computers to hit the market in the last few years. At first glance, it looks like a rather chunky 7 inch netbook. Then you open it up and realize that instead of a keyboard and display, there are ...

Toshiba Libretto W100 Dual Screen Laptops Are Incredible! - Walyou (blog)

The virtual keyboard on the Libretto W100 is one of its most striking features. You can hold it with two hands and can even type with your thumb. It can also be put on a table and used just like any other laptop. Just next to the 'close' and 'minimize ...

The Libretto was a line of subnotebook computers designed and produced by Toshiba. The line was distinguished by its combination of functionality and small size, squeezing a full Windows PC into a device the size of a paperback book. The first Libretto model, the Libretto 20, was released on April 17, 1996 , with a volume of 821 cm3 and weighing just 840 g , making it by far, the world's smallest commercially available Windows PC at the time, and a trend the Libretto Range continued for many years. The original Libretto line was discontinued in Europe and the U.S. in 1999, but the production continued in Japan with the SS, FF and then the L series until 2002. The first L series Libretto was released on 18 May 2001 and the last just 11 Months later on 24 April 2002. Production of all Librettos ceased from 2002 until the release of the Libretto U100 in 2005.

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Eee PC 901 beside a Libretto 100CT

The Libretto was a line of subnotebook computers designed and produced by Toshiba. The line was distinguished by its combination of functionality and small size, squeezing a full Windows PC into a device the size of a paperback book. The first Libretto model, the Libretto 20, was released on April 17, 1996 (in Japan only), with a volume of 821 cm (50.1 cu in) and weighing just 840 g (30 oz), making it by far, the world's smallest commercially available Windows PC at the time, and a trend the Libretto Range continued for many years. The original Libretto line was discontinued in Europe and the U.S. in 1999, but the production continued in Japan with the SS, FF and then the L series until 2002. The first L series Libretto (The L1) was released on 18 May 2001 (in Japan only) and the last (The L5) just 11 Months later on 24 April 2002. Production of all Librettos ceased from 2002 until the release of the Libretto U100 in 2005.

It was a further five years before the Libretto returned again in 2010 with the limited-edition dual touch screen tablet W100 model.

Portable Retro Gaming Computer, Toshiba Libretto 70CT full tour & teardown.

http://doogielabs.com/2013/01/vintage-computer-collection-toshiba-libretto-50-70ct/ An overview and tear down of my vintage Toshiba Libretto. For a very long time this was the world's smallest...

Toshiba Libretto 110CT - Review (One of the best Retro Mobile platforms for DOS games)

Updated Video* Zigrat Labs - Review on my very own Retro Sub notebook, a Toshiba Libretto 110CT. This is a great sub notebook or laptop for old DOS and early Windows gaming. --------------------...

Toshiba Libretto W105 Review

A video review of the Toshiba Libretto W105 mini laptop with two 7" capacitive multi-touch displays. Check out our full review of this tablet at: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/Toshiba-L...

Toshiba Libretto 50CT Overview

Here's a more in-depth look at my Toshiba Libretto 50CT, a very generous gift from YouTube user Videos Sans Frontier.

Toshiba Libretto 50CT - "Я на 40% из магния!"

Это устройство появилось на рынке в далёком 1997 году. На то время его характеристики никого не удивляли,...

Vintage unboxing Toshiba Libretto 70CT - Pentium MMX 120Mhz, 32MB Ram

Hello all, here is a small unboxing video of my vintage gaming laptop. When I will have is assembled on my desk, I will provide next video. :) thank you for watching.