Content consumption media is in a state of flux. From disc players to media players that take USB mass storage devices, the evolution is on at breakneck pace. Hard disk drive vendors such as Toshiba and WD have taken the initiative to combine their external hard drive expertise with media center hardware to eat into
Even though it has already released a handful of tablets for sale, Toshiba remains relatively unknown in this particular market segment, although it seems that the Japanese electronics company about to make an attempt to change that situation. Apparently, word has it that Toshiba is planning to release an 'iPad-killer' of sorts come IFA 2011,
Well, that sure didn't take very long. In less than two weeks after we published the news of Western Digital's success in rolling out what was probably the world's first standard-height, 1TB-touting mobile hard disks for notebooks, out comes Toshiba with its own variant of such a hard disk, the MQ01ABD100, which the Japanese company
Fed up with running out of memory in your smartphone/tablet/, well, Toshiba has announced that it's getting ready to solve that little problem with a range of new eMMC memory devices. The new chips will range from two to 128GB in size, so expect to see plenty more storage memory in next year's
KDDI has announced the availability of its new Windows Phone 7 "Mango"-powered smartphone, the IS12T, in Japan. According to the Japanese operator, the new IS12T smartphone is produced by Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications and will boast various features such as integration with Windows Live and various other social networking services, as well as sport a body
KDDI has unveiled a working prototype of its upgraded REGZA Phone IS11T smartphone, which is an Android-powered mobile phone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and is reportedly desgined to cater to "heavy users of social networking services and email, especially those who frequently text with Twitter and Facebook".
Need an additional display to your notebook PC? You can consider getting this new Toshiba 14-inch USB Mobile LCD Monitor. The widescreen LCD monitor weighs just 1.27kg and measures about an inch thick and is available in stores now.
The major computer memory technology today is SDRAM in various shapes or forms, but there have been talks about various solutions set to replace the aging memory type with faster and more power efficient options with vastly improved performance. Well, Hynix and Toshiba has announced that the two are teaming up to develop Spin-Transfer Torque
Last month, VR-Zone had an exclusive preview of the Qosmio F750 and X770 gaming notebook PCs. And this afternoon, the computer manufacturer held an event in Singapore to announce their Qosmio F750 gaming laptop which boasts glasses-free 3D technology. Read on.
What's this? A television set that can actually be powered by batteries? This has got to be a joke, right? Well, we've got news for you: such television sets do exist on the market today, and Toshiba is set to increase their numbers with the launch of its new REGZA 19P2 television set, which does
The Toshiba Qosmio X770 and Qosmio X770 3D, which were released in Europe, have finally make their first appearances in US. Read more for details.
This afternoon, Toshiba Singapore held a special preview of their latest Qosmio gaming laptops, F750 and X770, at Challenger in Funan DigitaLife Mall, two days before the PC Show. VR-Zone was one of the media to check out the powerful gaming machines. Read on.
Today, Toshiba announced their latest notebook PCs which come in the form of Satellite P745 and Tecra R840. The P745 is designed for digital entertainment users, while the R840 is targeted at the busy business professionals.
Ah, the joys of healthy competition in the market. Last week 20nm NAND Flash was cutting edge and now it's so, well, uhm, last week. Both SanDisk and Toshiba have separately announced that they'll be offering retail 19nm NAND Flash memory later this year. Reading the press releases it appears to be the same tech,
Aside from the AS100 that was unveiled last year, Toshiba aims to launch their new AT300 tablet based on Android 3.0 and runs dual-core processor in June. According to online sources, the AT300 will be categorized under the Regza series. No word as to whether it will be available here though.
Notebooks with Intel's second generation of Core i processors are slowly starting to trickle out to retailers and today we found an unannounced model from Toshiba on sale online. The model is the Satellite L750 which appears to be a replacement model for the current Satellite L650. It's a consumer model that should end up
Exactly three weeks ago, VR-Zone posted some information about an upcoming slate PC from Toshiba that was slated to receive the Android Honeycomb treatment and will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC for some high-performance smartphone computing. And if that has got your interest, we got news for you: Toshiba has just released more information about
Now this has got to be interesting. After all that hoo-ha about 3D active shutter glasses being tied to the particular 3DTV model that they are bundled with, it appears that a Japanese company known as Sanwa has finally managed to produce the glasses many have been waiting for: one that is compatible with a
Toshiba may have launched the AS100 last year, and it looks like the maker will be announcing a new Toshiba tablet device at this CES Show. Powered by dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, the tablet runs Android Honeycomb and has a 10.1-inch multi-touch display.
More often than not, the real cost of owning a 3DTV comes not from the actual television set itself. Rather, it is the close of the active shutter glasses that usually end up costing users a small fortune, especially if one has a big family living under the same roof. This is where Toshiba’s lineup