Toshiba is releasing a Libretto W100 series of laptops this fall, taking after the XO-2 in form factor and design. It’s great to see this make it to market.
Unfortunately, the many interface niceties they have implemented seem to be written only for Windows for now.
Toshiba is testing my favorite laptop design, a dual-touchscreen model: the Libretto W100. It will be available to the public in a ‘limited run’ later this year, for around $1,100, and will sport a pair of 7″ touchscreens. They say the laptop will run Windows 7 and offer a variety of keyboards for the ‘bottom’ screen.
It’s good to see this design get out there and effort put into software for it — we will eventually move away from static keyboards altogether, and I would love to see it happen in this decade.
Toshiba Libretto W100