News tagged ‘toshiba’
Monday, 11 Jun 2012
Toshiba has announced business notebooks and desktops catered for busy professionals on-the-go, including the lightweight Portégé Z930 Ultrabook, the Satellite Pro L series, and the Regza LX800 series AIO Desktop PCs.
Thursday, 7 Jun 2012
At Microsoft's booth in Computex 2012, we spotted a notebook we least expected to encounter - the Toshiba U840W Ultrabook with an ultra widescreen 21:9 aspect ratio display. Screaming of premium build and an unusual screen size, it's a niche product.
Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Toshiba reveals that they are halting production of Regza LCD TVs in Japan due to poor consumer demand and also as part of the company's restructuring plans for their TV division.
Wednesday, 11 Apr 2012
The new Satellite models come equipped with at least one USB 3.0 port, Bluetooth 4.0, PC Health Monitor, and Toshiba's exclusive Resolution+ video upconversion technology, just to name a few.
Toshiba took the wraps off three of its latest tablet models, which are the Excite 7.7, Excite 10 and Excite 13. All three Excite models run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processors.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Encased in metallic silver brushed aluminum chassis, the 14-inch Ultrabook incorporates the Hi-Speed Start Technology which allows the U840 to power and run in a matter of seconds while its USB Sleep & Charge technology gives users the option to charge their smartphones even while the system is powered down.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
We found more quirky tech showcases at Toshiba's booth in the form of an underwater tablet. But that's not all, the tablet comes with a wireless power charge through the use of magnetic resonance.
Monday, 9 Jan 2012
Toshiba reveals a 10-inch tablet at CES 2012 that is even thinner and lighter than Apple's iPad 2.
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Toshiba Japan has indicated that it will be showcasing the world's thinnest and lightest tablet and Ultrabook at CES 2012. Details are scarce at the moment, but the Japanese company will also be demonstrating a prototype waterproof tablet with a wireless charging feature.
Tuesday, 8 Nov 2011
Replacement and repairing capital equipment in the flooded plants will lead to large increases in capital equipment, with the cost likely to amount to $1 billion.