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First impressions – Toshiba Libretto W100

 Like touchscreens? Toshiba’s Libretto W100 has two of them. We knew Toshiba had something dual-screened up its sleeve and word on the web was th

Like touchscreens? Toshiba’s Libretto W100 has two of them.

The hardware felt quite chunky, but sturdy at 1.2-inches and looks a bit like a DSi XL on steroids. But this is counterbalanced by its light weight, coming in at just 840g. It’s also clad in a brushed aluminium outer shell, which looks very very nice.

There’s a virtual trackpad too, which worked well during our time with it.

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