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Move over, 7-inch color e-readers, there’s a new guy in town--if you live in Japan, anyway. Toshiba announced a full color 7-inch (1024x600) dedicated e-reader called the BookPlace DB50, which will launch in Japan on February 10th. Word on the street is that it may make its way to U.S. shores at some point, too. Specifications include... Read more...
We recently got a chance to see the all new Samsung Galaxy Note which will be coming to AT&T’s network. This new device represents a bit of a crossover between the tablet and a smartphone with its 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display that supports a resolution of 1280x800s. One of the unique features of the... Read more...
Toshiba's Surveillance & IP Video business unit sent us a note introducing its new IK-WD14A dome camera, the company's first such model to sport a Full HD 1080p resolution so you can see what the bad guys are up to in sharp detail. According to Toshiba, it's new HD surveillance camera will make it far easier to make out facial features... Read more...
Intel has long said it envisions its Ultrabook concept manifesting in models the general public can pick up for less $1,000, and so far it's been a hit or miss goal. Count Toshiba's recently introduced Portege Ultrabook as one of those that's able to hit Intel's pricing target. Starting at $879, Toshiba's Portege Z835-ST8305 is now available... Read more...
Intel's Ultrabook concept is having a tough time winning over customers, not because people aren't interested in a thin and light notebook that's both powerful and attractive (the MacBook Air proves otherwise), but because of the price. Many of the early models are hovering around the $1,000 price ceiling Intel said it would like manufacturers... Read more...
Storage. Can't live with it, and you definitely can't live without it. Right? Right! Toshiba knows the deal, which is why they're introducing a new portable HDD that taps into the growing cloud bandwagon. The company is unveiling their new Canvio 3.0 portable HDD line today, offering storage capacities of 500GB, 750GB... Read more...
A few years ago, television makers seemed to have no trouble whatsoever convincing people that they needed to update their SD sets to sets that boasted 1080p. And recently, they've been trying to do the same with 3D sets. But it seems that even those may be outclassed sooner rather than later. Toshiba has recently showcased a new high-def... Read more...
Eye-Fi really started something, huh? While SD cards were fine just holding memories and excess files for years, soon that became "not good enough." Eye-Fi added a wireless piece to the puzzle, enabling these cards to wirelessly send photos and such from the camera to the cloud/PC/etc. And now Toshiba's taking it one step further. The company... Read more...
Toshiba announced a new tablet that is ultra-thin and ultra-light. The new AT200 tablet is only 7.7mm thick and weighs about 1.23 pounds. The AT200 runs on Android 3.2 aka Honeycomb and features a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800. Other key specs include a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, up to 64GB of internal... Read more...
Intel's Ultrabook category is starting to heat up and it won't be long before this hot new sector reaches a rolling boil, just as netbooks did before tablets took over. The latest addition to the Ultrabook category comes from Toshiba, which today unveiled its Portege Z830 series. Pricing starts at under $1,000 MSRP... Read more...
A chord of three strands is not easily broken, or at least Sony, Hitachi, and Toshiba hope so. The three companies are merging their respective small- and medium-sized LCD display businesses (i.e., smartphone and tablet screens) and joining together with Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ). The new company will be called Japan Display.... Read more...
There aren't many competitions where the one that sucks the best is considered the winner, and even less that are fit for print on a family friendly technology website. But we're talking about vacuums here, so we're in the clear. We know that's going to disappoint some of you who were hoping for...something else, but get over it and read on,... Read more...
Toshiba's upcoming Qosmio F755 3D laptop, touted as the world's first glasses-free 3D laptop, now has a price. The Qosmio F755 3D laptop will cost $1,699.99. It will be available in mid-August. This laptop uses auto-stereoscopic display technology to offer 3D content without the need for glasses. The Qosmio F755 3D has a 15.6-inch display... Read more...
SandForce announced that it will be demonstrating its SF-2000 series SSD processors with Toshiba’s 24nm MLC NAND flash at the Flash Memory Summit 2011 in Santa Clara, CA this week. The two companies are working closely to improve the quality and performance of NAND flash as well as drive down costs. The marriage... Read more...
One terabyte hard drives aren't nearly as novel as they once were, but that doesn't mean that you still won't want one if it's plopped in front of you. On the mobile front, however, they're a bit more rare and special compared to the desktop side, where we're up to 3TB these days. While 1TB laptop hard drives have existed, most have existed... Read more...
MSI today launched its Z68A-GD80 (G3) motherboard for Intel's snazzy new Z68 chipset, but that in and of itself isn't MSI's claim to fame. With the release of the Z68A-GD80, MSI is touting its newest slice of silicon as the planet's first and only motherboard to support PCI Express Gen 3, which provides a data transfer rate 200 percent faster... Read more...
Toshiba's latest addition to its Qosmio laptop line -- Qosmio F750 -- jumps on the 3D bandwagon, but without those dorky looking (and sometimes uncomfortable) 3D glasses. Instead, the F750 laptop comes armed with a 15.6-inch screen (1920x1080) that uses a "state-of-the-art lenticular screen" that beams images at slightly different perspectives... Read more...
For every gem you find on YouTube, there are at least a dozen crappy videos recorded in standard definition. It's not YouTube's fault -- the Google owned video sharing site came into existence before affordable hand-held camcorders capable of shooting HD videos emerged. But as long as companies like Toshiba keep... Read more...
Toshiba plans to make its upcoming 10-inch tablet known as the Thrive available on July 10. The Thrive is a Wi-Fi only tablet that is expected to have a starting price of $429. The tablet will run on Android 3.1 Honeycomb. Unlike some tablets we've seen to date, the Thrive will feature a removable battery. Other key specifications for the... Read more...
We remember being told growing up not to stare because it's rude and impolite, but we were never warned how difficult this one of many life's rules would prove to be. It's hard not to ogle over something as sleek and sexy as Toshiba's Qosmio X770 laptop, and if the real deal ends up looking anything like the pictures... Read more...
Whenever a new SSD drops, that always catches our ear. But whenever we hear about solid state drives getting cheaper -- that really catches our attention. Texas Memory Systems has been a name that we're hearing more often these days, and the company is about to get a ton of eyeballs after announcing that they have... Read more...
These days, there are pretty much only two kinds of 3D TVs on the market: active ones, and passive ones. But Toshiba is breaking out another word with their latest set from Japan: polarizing. The Regza ZP2 is the company's latest, and will ship in 32" and 26" screen sizes. They're expected to retail for between 130,000 and 150,000 yen, and... Read more...
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