Leave it to Toshiba to pick up on a great concept by Microsoft. While the dual-screen Microsoft Courier tablet never saw the light of the day, Toshiba’s Libretto did, and this little computer wonder is now available for sale. The question is, will it make you rush out for one? Read on for more information.
Do you have some data which is so sensitive that it must not ever leave the PC intact at all? If so, Toshiba has the ideal solution for your needs: a software which securely erases user data upon shutdown, or when the hard disk is extracted from the PC. Is that great, or what? Read
25 years ago, Toshiba produced their first laptop, and last Friday, the Japanese manufacturer held a event to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Besides the cake cutting and performance by Magic Babe Ning, Toshiba also announced the Portege R700 and T200 laptops, as well as the Libretto W100, the world’s first dual touchscreen Windows Mini-Notebook PC.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Seems like Toshiba will be the next maker to launch their Tablets later this year. Like the iPad, the Toshiba slate devices are designed for for online video, music, e-books, and other content.
Tokyo-based Toshiba, diversified manufacturer and marketer of advanced electronic and electrical products, has announced its Canvio series of portable HDD. More…
If you need more space on your laptop, Toshiba has just the answer for you: their new hard disks top out at a capacity of 1TB, breaking the previously unreachable barrier for mobile storage devices. Read on to find out more.
Introducing the exclusive I-O Data Portable Hard Disk from Japan. The PERFECT combi of DesignXColorXFunction! I-O Data, a renowned computer peripheral brand from Japan, is available for the first time in Singapore and brought in specially by Version 2
The annual Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona, Spain on 15th February with a huge turn out of mobile professionals who came from all over the world. The four-day event will see announcements from various companies including Google, Microsoft and Samsung.
The new Toshiba Qosmio F60 touts to be the entertainment powerhouse that is surprisingly slim and portable. The 15.6-inch laptop is powered by Intel Core i5 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics and comes with a 6x Blu-ray rewritable drive.
Toshiba’s latest netbooks came in the form of NB300 series which promise all day computing with up to 11 hours battery life, with great design and usability. The NB300 features a 10.1-inch LED backlight display, the latest Intel Atom processor, full-sized keyboards, and a large Multi touchpad with gesture support.
The X500 series is the latest addition to Toshiba’s Qosmio line of gaming notebook PCs, and boasts powerful gaming and multimedia performance. The 18.4-inch X505 comes with Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 250M graphics and dual 320GB hard drives. Update: Pricing revealed!
Toshiba and Intel has announced the launch of a Facebook game called Tokyo Time Warp. Tokyo Time Warp is part role-play, part-adventure and part-arcade, and promises loads of fun for FaceBook users.
Toshiba has announced their new line of High Definition camcorders, with two models – S10 and P30. Both camcorders allow users to capture HD videos in H.264 format, and still photos at 8-megapixel resolution.
Toshiba Computer Systems has launched their latest Slim Series Portege T110 and T130 laptops to meet the demands of mobile users who want performance and long battery life. Both the T110 and T130 feature Intel ultra-low voltage processors, are preinstalled with Windows 7 Home Premium operating systems and come in stylish Toshiba Fusion Finish.
Got us on surprise there with the latest press release by Toshiba Japan, 25 new LCD TVs will be launched on the course from the end of September till December. Lets take a quick look
Just last month,Toshiba announced switching camp to Blu-ray and plans to launch a product by year end. And that product has materialized in the form of Toshiba BDX2000. The Blu-ray player will deliver Full HD 1080p video and supports 24fps playback. Look out for it in November.
With the recent news of Toshiba planning to launch their Blu-ray players by the end of this year, it is not surprising that the Japanese manufacturer will be joining the Blu-ray Association. The company will also announce more details of their Blu-ray products soon.
We first heard about the new SD Xtended Capacity (SDXC) memory cards in June and today, Toshiba has launched the world’s first 64GB SDXC memory card which boasts the world’s fastest data transfer rate for reading and writing, and also 32GB and 16GB SDHC cards of similar speeds.
If you are looking for a compact portable storage to carry with on your travels, check out the new Toshiba portable hard drives. Compatible with both Windows and Mac, the portable external hard drive features scheduled file and folder backup recovery, 256-bit encryption password-protection and internal shock sensor and ramp loading technology to protect the