Price as Reviewed: $1,099.00
We thought dual screens would double our fun, but instead the Libretto was a sour disappointment. In both design and price, this $1,099 device is meant for early adopters with poor hearing and no feeling in their fingers. The back of the slate reached a whopping 115 degrees and its fan could be heard from two rooms away. The multimedia experience is well below par and the measly speaker is inadequate for use without headphones. Even more annoying, the transition for portrait to landscape orientation takes excruciatingly long. You feel a heightened sense of tension as the screens go blank during the process and the icons appear one by one as if the entire OS system is rebooting . Overall, the W105's short endurance, high temperatures, and lack of touch apps beyond what Toshiba bundles make this device more of a curiosity than a breakthrough.
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