will Chrome OS be the next ‘infectious’ thing in the tech industry? probably. now that Toshiba has also hop onboard with the aptly named Toshiba Chromebook, it sure looks like it. but we will wait for laptop giant Lenovo to do so before concluding our statement.
just when we thought 3K is the best a laptop could do, Toshiba announced the world’s first ultra HD laptops, the Tecra W50 and Satellite P50t, both featuring 15.6-inch display panel with eye-popping 3,840 x 2,160 resolution.
it looks like the 4th generation Intel Core processors are sweeping into the market at a pretty quick pace and among them, is this beautiful AIO from Toshiba, dubbed the Toshiba PX35t All-In-One Touchscreen Desktop PC. described by the Japanese maker as a “powerful entertainment hub”, the PX35t is a sleek machine that
business users who are torn between a tablet and a laptop can now rest their case with the Toshiba Portege Z10t Detachable Ultrabook, the firm’s first Windows 8 device designed for businesses that is both a tablet and an ultrabook. with mobile computers coming from Toshiba, you can be sure that the style
are we really hopeless devotees of super high resolution displays? we suspect so, else why there seem to be a brewing pixel race? in any case, for all pixel junkies, Toshiba has something for you: the Toshiba KIRAbook, an all-new Ultrabook fitted with the firm’s first ultra-high resolution PixelPure display. the display touted a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels
do the market really need another 10-inch tablet? yes, if it is the world’s thinnest 10-inch tablet measuring just 7.7mm (0.3 inches) thin and is engineered with premium materials and components. that’s exactly what the Toshiba…
(image credit: Toshiba US) Toshiba 14-inch USB Mobile LCD Monitor | US$199.00 | us.toshiba.com USB powered display isn’t the newest news but this compact little item from Toshiba could be a winner by just its price alone. this mobile monitor sports a 14-inch widescreen high definition display with a resolution of 1366 x 768px and […]
was it just me feeling that the netbook market has somewhat ‘tone-down’? perhaps it might…