- News tagged "toshiba"
Tuesday, 23 Sep 2014
Toshiba has just announced that it plans to restructure its PC business to focus on the more profitable B2B field and also withdraw from certain unprofitable markets.
Thursday, 21 Aug 2014
OCZ has just launched its new ARC 100 SSD, which is powered by its in-house developed Barefoot 3 controller and is targeted at entry-level and budget-conscious users.
Tuesday, 19 Aug 2014
AMD has just announced its new mid to high-end Radeon-branded R7 SSDs, which was designed in collaboration with OCZ and Toshiba. What's more, you can expect it to hit local stores soon!
Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
Toshiba's new Satellite L50 will feature Skullcandy branding, due to their recent collaboration for notebooks to have Skullcandy's Supreme Sound audio profile.
The Toshiba Satellite P50t, unveiled at CES 2014, is one of the world's first notebooks to feature a 4K Ultra HD touch display. It is also Technicolor certified for true-to-life imagery.
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
Toshiba's latest and greatest A19nm Flash chips found its way into OCZ's latest Vector 180 Series SSD. It's not surprising at all, but it'll be interesting to see where it'll take us in terms of performance.
Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014
Toshiba, in collaboration with SanDisk, have announced that they will begin production of 15nm NAND chips at the end of April. The new high density flash chips will enable higher storage mobile devices.
Toshiba has introduced the Canvio AeroMobile, a wireless SSD that lets you store, stream, and share files and media from mobile devices without the need for a cable. Weighing just 119g, it includes 128GB of storage capacity, and features a built-in rechargeable battery with up to eight hours of battery life for video streaming.
Friday, 25 Apr 2014
OCZ has just introduced the new RevoDrive 350 PCIe SSD, utilizing premium Toshiba NAND memory and four SandForce SF-2282 controllers, for the most discerning users and enthusiasts.
Monday, 21 Apr 2014
Toshiba announces the introduction of the world's fastest microSD UHS-II cards in 32GB and 64GB capacities with maximum read speeds of 260MB/s and 145MB/s respectively, and maximum write speeds of 240MB/s and 130MB/s.