"It comes in at around 10 pounds. So it's heavy for someone to carry around constantly from place to place. But yet it's not too heavy to move from room to room. It's got that portability aspect for consumers to actually take with them if they want to take it from their kitchen to their bedroom or a home office...or maybe even take it with them on the road...put it in an RV type of setting." You can watch DVDs or listen to CDs...without having to boot up the computer. The price...is as big as the machine. About 35 hundred dollars. Toshiba isn't alone. Dell's XPS M2010 carries a similar price. It's more of a portable than a notebook, The keyboard is detachable... from the base and the 20 inch widescreen. It does not include, however, a high definition DVD player. At least not yet. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.