Talk:Toshiba Libretto

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The Libretto U105 came with a 60gb hard drive, not 30gb as listed. I use one everyday. Where did the 30gb reference come from?

I went ahead and made the change on the U105 showing a 60gb hard drive.


Several of the model numbers listed in the external links have CT on the end (such as the Libretto 110CT mentioned here), but the article doesn't mention this. What did CT stand for? Was it used for all models, or just e.g. for those sold in certain markets? -Ashley Pomeroy (talk) 17:28, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

CT, CTA, CTK, CS[edit]

  • CT was used to signify a TFT Screen.
  • CS was used to signify an STN Screen which was only found on the Libretto 1050.
  • CTA, was used to signify Office Applications pre-installed.
  • There was also another varient with the Suffix CTK, which might mean assembled in Korea, but I don't know this for sure, but I have only seen this on Libretto 30's with Korean Keyboards. Libretto 30s were also assembled in Korea, so its quite possible. Libretto 30s also came as plain CT models. Island Roamer (talk) 15:41, 15 January 2011 (UTC) -Island Roamer (talk) 11:07, 22 March 2009 (UTC)

External Links Re-instated[edit]

Undid revision 371296707 by Akerans (talk)

Having re-viewed the list of 20 reasons why External Links should be avoided in the Wikipedia guidelines, I cannot find any real infringement of those guidelines for the Links removed by the person above.

The Links removed all provided useful extra resources (in line with the Guidelines)to the Subject at hand which would not easily form a coherent part of the Article itself.

Web Sites relating to older Toshiba Librettos are now becoming more scarce and the removal of the Links from this Wikipedia article to some of the few remaining makes absolutely no sense. This is a source of reference after all.

I have therefore just Undid the complete Edit, since there was nothing added of any real value. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:35, 5 July 2010 (UTC)

U100, U105 and U100-S213[edit]

I am interested to find out the exact difference between the three U100 models, so that this Wiki article can be updated accurately. Does anybody know for sure?

After trawling through the Web for over a Year and reading every review I can find, it seems impossible to find the official differences. Even contacts in Japan don't seem to know.

From the Models I own (European Models): The U100 had a 60Gb HDD and Windows Xp Pro, and came complete with the DVD Dock. The Box is labelled U100. The U105 had a 30Gb HDD and Windows Xp Home, came complete with the DVD Dock, although the Label on the bottom of the PC still shows it as a U100. Only the box seems to be labelled U105, which fits in with it being a Bundled Product number.

Interestingly, the U100 had a lower clock speed (only 1.1Ghz)in the Japanese Market, but retained the U100 Model number.

I have never seen a U100-S213, although all the reviews show it as exactly the same PC as a U100 which for sure it is, but there is no clear indication of what was (or was not) bundled with the PC to give it the S213 suffix. Anybody out there with an original Boxed U100-S213 that might be able to answer that one?

Thanks in advance Island Roamer (talk) 15:41, 15 January 2011 (UTC)— Preceding unsigned comment added by Island Roamer (talkcontribs) 15:33, 15 January 2011 (UTC)