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Unfortunatly, I could disagree more about the review. The Libretto is a marvellous little PC. I have owned one for quite a few years and it does everything I ask of it. Yes, the keyboard is small but you get used to it and I can type as fast as I do on a full sized keyboard.I am using the Libretto now to type this and I find the keys positive and very easy to use. The Libretto goes everywhere with me. I use it with a aircard so email is always on, mobile IM, it plays my mp3's in the car via bluetooth and its my map(Google maps) It fits in my jacket pocket and has been worth its weight in gold by being able to download information immediately. It even acts as an alarm clock and wakes me up in the morning. I have looked at a few of the newer sub-notebooks, and frankly, can see no reason to change. No, it doesn't have built in webcam but have you tried mobile webcam outside of a 3G area in the uk? Pointless!The only downside is Windows XP as an operating system. Its getting very slow, with lots of things loading on start up but thats my fault. I really should clear all the dross out cos it did load very quickly to start with.It's been dropped, kicked and sat on and still works. It's the real deal for road warriors and still the best of the bunch, I think. Bravo Toshiba!!!
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