The 2-in-1 one laptop includes a digitizer from Wacom, while the tablets feature Toshiba's TruPen, which the company claims is a "pro-grade pen."
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A 17.3-inch desktop replacement is among the other notebooks announced. Prices start at $649.99 for the Best Buy exclusive 14-inch Satellite E45.
The notebook's 15.6-inch screen can offer 282 pixels per inch, but the company hasn't revealed a price for the privilege.
The 11.6-inch convertible notebook runs Windows 8 Pro, but starts at $1,499.
The U920T, shown off at IFA in Berlin, is Toshiba's 12.5-inch stab at the Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid concept.
Toshiba has unveiled the first 3D laptop that doesn't need special glasses for watching movies or playing 3D games. The shiny red Qosmio F750, which will go on sale next month, has a 120Hz, 15.
Toshiba has unveiled the Qosmio T851, a glasses-free 3D notebook. That's all well and nice, but what's really interesting is that this is being touted as the "world's first" laptop that can simultaneously display 2D and 3D content.
Word broke out in August that Toshiba would be unveiling some glasses-free 3D HDTVs, which came to fruition in October. Unfortunately for Toshiba, these advanced screens aren't doing so well.
Toshiba unveiled another "world's first" gadget today at CEATEC 2010 in Tokyo, and this one is a biggie: a 3D flatpanel TV that doesn't require any glasses to fully enjoy the picture.
Important information for Toshiba Satellite T135, T135D and Satellite Pro T130 owners - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada announced a recall following over 100 cases of the notebooks overheating and melting.
Toshiba is planning to release 3D TVs that don't require the use of 3D-enabled glasses, possibly by the end of the year.
Toshiba has just officially introduced a pair of ultra-slim computers within the Satellite T200 series. The 11.6-inch Satellite T215 and 13.3-inch Satellite T235 are both less than an inch thin and weigh in under the 4-pounds mark.
Toshiba on Tuesday announced the new Portege M780 tablet PC and Satellite Pro U500 laptop with multitouch display.
Netbooks are here to stay, says Toshiba, accounting for 15-20% of all their notebook sales – but those who want something ultraportable with a bit more power, it’s introducing the Satellite Pro T110. A year ago the cheapest ultraportables were around £1,000; the T110 weighs in at 1.
The ultraportable Satellite Pro T130 could deliver all-day computing with appropriate usage patterns and power management settings. But its keyboard could be better, it lacks an optical drive and the glossy chassis design may not be to all tastes.
Toshiba Satellite Pro T130Toshiba’s Satellite T series of notebooks is all about CULV processing. There are two models in the range, the 13.
I tried to move my entire five line family plan to AT&T just about a month ago as I discussed a bit in MobileTechRoundup show #177, but this ended up being a failed experiment as I detail my move back to my old friend T-Mobile in MobileTechRoundup show #179. James, Kevin, and I also talked about the HP Mini 5150 and Toshiba NB205 netbooks. Two phones I checked out recently include the myTouch 3G and BlackBerry Curve 8520, one of which I have now purchased.
Toshiba, LG and Samsung sure think so.While the tech world is alive today at CTIA 2008, news of products seemingly designed to compete with Apple offerings -- Toshiba's "Fusion" Satellite laptops, LG's Vu phone for AT&T, Samsung's Instinct phone for Sprint -- has emerged, and I'm getting the same kind of emotional rumblings that I had when companies first replaced matte black with silver on consumer products.
The patent troll of the week is Premier International Associates, which, Ars Technica reports, which has filed suit against Microsoft, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, Viacom, Real, Napster, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Nokia, and Sandisk. For what?
Toshiba’s Portégé G900 is a well-specified Windows Mobile 6 handheld with a good set of wireless connectivity options and an excellent 800-by-480 display. If it was a bit slimmer and integrated GPS as well, it would be a real winner.