The Toshiba Libretto W100 is a tiny netbook-like device with twin 7 inch displays, allowing you to either view content across both screens or use one display as a virtual keyboard. It’s one of the most unusual laptop designs we’ve seen this year, and it’s expected to have a very un-nettbook like price tag of around $1100.

Toshiba doesn’t expect to sell a large number of W100 devices, but instead is putting it out there as a concept device that could appeal to niche markets — and which could help Toshiba discover whether there’s demand for this type of technology.

There’s still no word on when you’ll be able to purchase a Toshiba Libretto W100 in the US, but PC Watch reports that it should be available in Japan starting August 11th.

You can check out my hands-on video with a the W100 after the break, or hit up my earlier article for more photos.

via Netbook News

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