Originally Posted by Bad_Boy_Bubby
You learn to finger type on the libretto, I could never get to full speed typing.
I sat a 6 hour exam (2 x 3 hour sessions typing something like 6 essays) with the...
As the owner of a new Toshiba Libretto, I love my little machine.
But when I use a dvd I bought in Europe on it (the dock drive on the U105) windows ominously tells me that I have to change the region, have only 5 changes and after...
People complain about the keyboard - I have no problems touch typing
The screen size is not a problem either.
Honestly the thing is so damn portable. You carry it around like a diary. You will never lose or drop it because its so...
My Libretto has a device that turns off the hard drive when you move it say from your desk to your bed.
I wonder just how bad/dangerous it is to move your notebook when it is switched on.
Does it also decrease the lifespan of the...
So the speed is faster than indicated.
I have read some bad things about 2700 Ram however. Is it true? I could always get a faster computer, but I like "small".
If I replace the existing 512 Ram with 1024, what type of...
Will it run Dragon Naturally Speaking (standard edition) 8.0-?
Apparently you need a sound blaster type card with 16 bit recording.
You guys are better placed than me to work out what this means!
Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto
Bert... I love toshibas. I have owned quiet a number of them.
I currently have a libretto (along side my Qosmio) and typing is not easy, but managable.
the PM in the...
Thanks everyone for the great response to my topic! Yes, a 12 inch computer would be better in the long haul and I did try the Libretto and the 7010? in the store side by side, the latter was much more comfortable to type on and easy to...
Originally Posted by flanken
If you're going to type your exam, make sure that you actually can type accurately and comfortably on the Libretto's keyboard before you get one. I tried one in the store, and found...