I'm still not sure exactly what to make of the Libretto W100, Toshiba's dual-screen Windows 7 tablet. But if you're the curious type, you can buy one now for $1,100.
In addition to the zippy Portégé, Toshiba's also today announcing the Libretto W100. It's a full Windows dual-screen "ultra-mobile PC" that's not quite a tablet and not quite a netbook. In short: it's one curious little gadget.
This Hyundai W-100 Wrist Phone is not the first cellphone in the form factor of a watch, and it's probably not going to be the last, either. Hyundai is apparently marketing this watch we showed you in the form of prototype last summer from Chinese company Cect. That's a lot of tech to pack into a small space, and this…