Toshiba Libretto 100CT

Year: 1996

Initial Price: $3,199 (Lowered price to $2,499 in celebration of Toshiba’s 10 millionth portable sold in 1997)

The Libretto was a line of subnotebook computers designed and produced by Toshiba. The line was distinguished by its combination of functionality and small size, squeezing a full Windows PC into a device the size of a paperback book. The first Libretto model, the Libretto 20, was released on April 17, 1996 (in Japan only), with a volume of 821 cm3 (50.1 cu in) and weighing just 840 g (30 oz), making it by far, the world’s smallest commercially available Windows PC at the time, and a trend the Libretto Range continued for many years.

I had this machine thanks to a friend who won a last second bid for me 🙂

I made a short movie with this lovely little machine.

 

Toshiba Libretto 100CT Configuration

Intel Pentium 166 MHz MMX

32 MB RAM (64 MB max.)

2.1 GB hard disk

7.1″ TFT display

 

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