Toshiba

  • Toshiba Japan Dates And Prices Its 55-Inch Naked-Eye 3D TV With 4K Resolution

    Toshiba Japan Dates And Prices Its 55-Inch Naked-Eye 3D TV With 4K Resolution

    Do you remember that 55-inch monster of a naked-eye 3D TV Toshiba unveiled back in October? The company now announced [JP] a date (December 10) and confirmed the final price (US$11,700) for the device. But there’s a drawback: Toshiba has still to decide if they will release the TV outside Japan, too. To recap, the TV features 3,840×2,160 pixels resolution in 2D mode (that’s four… Read More

  • Japan Display, Inc.: Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi Finalize Deal To Merge Display Units

    Japan Display, Inc.: Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi Finalize Deal To Merge Display Units

    The deal has been in the making for months, but today Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi made the mega merger official. The three companies signed definitive agreements with the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) to integrate their small- and medium-sized display businesses. Under the deal, semi-public INCJ will hold 70% of Japan Display, Inc., a new company that will run the operations. Read More

  • Toshiba Shows Mobile LCD With 2,560 × 1,600 Resolution And 498PPI Density

    Toshiba Shows Mobile LCD With 2,560 × 1,600 Resolution And 498PPI Density

    If you thought the 4.5-Inch LCD screen with 720×1,280 pixels resolution Hitachi showed three weeks ago is cool, think again: Toshiba today took the wraps off a mobile LCD that’s even better. Sized at 6.1 inches, it boasts 2,560×1,600 pixels resolution and 498 pixels-per-inch density. Needless to say, the direct-view-type screen is the first of its kind. It has a contrast ratio… Read More

  • 5 Product Innovations From CEATEC 2011 In Japan (Video Gallery)

    5 Product Innovations From CEATEC 2011 In Japan (Video Gallery)

    Truth be told, I wasn’t very impressed with what electronics makers showed at the CEATEC 2011 tech exhibition – especially because a lot of the new products were “leaked” to the Japanese press before the event started. However, here are a total of five of the coolest innovations Japanese companies showed at CEATEC 2011 in video form, delivered from our friends at Diginfo… Read More

  • Toshiba Releases 3 New Camileo Camcorders In Time For The Holidays

    Toshiba Releases 3 New Camileo Camcorders In Time For The Holidays

    Toshiba has announced today that three of their new Camileo camcorders will be hitting store shelves this month. There are a handful of features that all three cameras share: they all for example sport a swivelling 3-inch LCD touchscreen, on-screen video trimming, and the traditional barrel design. Read More

  • CEATEC 2011: Toshiba’s HDD/Blu-Ray Server Records 15 Days Of Digital TV From 6 Channels

    CEATEC 2011: Toshiba’s HDD/Blu-Ray Server Records 15 Days Of Digital TV From 6 Channels

    You have an HDD/Blu-ray recorder connected to your TV but never enough space on it? Then Toshiba’s REGZA DBR-M190 might do the trick for you (if you live in Japan, at least). As with most devices at CEATEC 2011, the recorder was pre-announced [JP] by the company just ahead of the exhibition. The DBR-M190 boasts no less than 5TB of storage: according to Toshiba, 4TB are reserved for… Read More

  • Toshiba Shows 55-Inch Naked-Eye 3D TV With 3,840×2,160 Resolution

    Toshiba Shows 55-Inch Naked-Eye 3D TV With 3,840×2,160 Resolution

    If you thought Sharp’s 4K TV we’ve shown you last week is impressive, think again. Toshiba today unveiled a 55-inch LCD that boasts the same resolution (3,840×2,160 pixels, 4x full HD) but can also display pictures in 3D – no glasses required. The TV will be shown starting tomorrow during the CEATEC Japan 2011 exhibition near Tokyo. Needless to say, the REGZA 55X3 [JP] is… Read More

  • Hands-On With The Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet

    Hands-On With The Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet

    Toshiba’s entrance into the Android tablet market was a pretty good one — Android 3.1 Honeycomb, a wide array of connectivity ports, and interchangeable batteries. But all those ports coupled with a 10-inch form factor made for quite the hefty slate. Personally, I tend to favor the 7 to 8-inch tablet category, which is why I was so pleased to get a peek at Toshiba’s latest… Read More

  • Toshiba Announces Updated Kid-Friendly Laptop

    Toshiba Announces Updated Kid-Friendly Laptop

    If ever there was an audience for a silver and neon green laptop, kids would be it (and also maybe people who like lime green a lot). That said, Toshiba has just launched its updated kid-friendly laptop: the Satellite L735D. Toshiba and Best Buy worked on this one together, and did quite a bit of research to make sure that the little ones were getting what they wanted. Which was a lot of… Read More

  • Toshiba Shows TransferJet-Compatible LSI For Stable Wireless Data Exchange

    Toshiba Shows TransferJet-Compatible LSI For Stable Wireless Data Exchange

    Close proximity technology TransferJet is evolving. Toshiba has developed an LSI (pictured) that supports TransferJet and is designed specifically for mobile devices. The LSI is sized at just 4.0×4.0× 0.5mm and the smallest of its kind, according to Toshiba. The company says the LSI achieves a receiving sensitivity of -78dBm, outperforming the value of the TransferJet standard itself… Read More

  • Weekend Giveaway: Toshiba Thrive Tablet

    Weekend Giveaway: Toshiba Thrive Tablet

    At TechCrunch, we don’t just want you to survive, we want you to thrive. That’s why we’re offering one Toshiba Thrive tablet to one lucky commenter. What is a Thrive? It’s a 10-inch Honeycomber with plenty of gusto and it’s waiting to wing its way to your home, office, cloister, or dance hall. Here’s how to win. Read More

  • Toshiba Outs Monstrous 55″ 4K, Glasses-Free 3D TV With Facial Recognition

    Toshiba Outs Monstrous 55″ 4K, Glasses-Free 3D TV With Facial Recognition

    This TV is a beast. It’s called the ZL2, and to be honest it’s the only TV I actually have gadget envy for right now. The rest of the 3D TVs out there rely on end-of-life active shutter glasses or immature polarized 3D, but this monster is going straight to the lenticular lenslets. This technique involves a layer of tiny lenses that direct the light in the direction of the viewer… Read More

  • Toshiba Unveils The Thinnest Honeycomb Tablet Yet, The 7.7mm-thick AT200

    Toshiba Unveils The Thinnest Honeycomb Tablet Yet, The 7.7mm-thick AT200

    Just like the rumor stated, Toshiba used IFA 2011 to announce its latest Android tablet and it’s just as tiny as it looked. The AT200 packs a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 CPU, up to 64GB of memory, and most of the ports that made the Toshiba Thrive popular: micro-USB, microSD, and micro-HDMI. Toshiba claims that the battery is good for “eight hours of video consumption.” The… Read More

  • Sony, Hitachi And Toshiba Make Their LCD Business Merger Official

    Sony, Hitachi And Toshiba Make Their LCD Business Merger Official

    Yesterday, we reported about Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba planning to establish a joint venture for small and mid-size LCD panels in Japan. And today, the three companies, plus major shareholder Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, made the plan official. As reported, the semi-public organization will control 70% of the venture (to be set up by the end of the year), with the other… Read More

  • Sony, Hitachi And Toshiba To Merge Operations For Small And Mid-Sized LCDs

    Sony, Hitachi And Toshiba To Merge Operations For Small And Mid-Sized LCDs

    Quite big news from Sony, Hitachi, and Toshiba today: according to Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun [JP], the three companies today decided to merge their LCD businesses, at least for smaller and mid-sized screens used in smartphones, handheld gaming devices and tablets. If the report is to be believed, a joint venture will be set up by the end of the year. What’s interesting is that… Read More

  • Leaked! Toshiba To Release Powerful, Ultra Thin Android Tablet At IFA

    Leaked! Toshiba To Release Powerful, Ultra Thin Android Tablet At IFA

    The Toshiba Thrive isn’t exactly a good-looking Android tablet. Sure, it has plenty of ports, a removable battery, and a low price, but it’s also bulky and feels of cheap plastic. Sans the Toshiba logo, it feels and looks just like a random Chinese rip-off. But have no fear, Toshiba fans! Per a pre-IFA leak, there’s a new tablet coming and it’s every bit as sexy as the… Read More

  • Smarbo: Toshiba Announces Roomba Competitor

    Smarbo: Toshiba Announces Roomba Competitor

    The Roomba just got new competition from Japan: Toshiba has announced [JP] a new cleaning robot today, the so-called Smarbo (which is probably short for “Smart Robot”). Just like its US counterpart, the Toshiba robot is primarily intended for use in households. Toshiba built quite a few features into the robot, for example two CPUs (details unknown), a camera, and a set of 38… Read More

  • Toshiba Releases Glasses-Free 3D Laptop To Much Rejoicing

    Toshiba Releases Glasses-Free 3D Laptop To Much Rejoicing

    The Qosmio F755 3D laptop is now available for those who wish to live in the 2D world but – and only occasionally – may also want to view things in 3D. The laptop uses a “15.6-inch diagonal full HD TruBrite® display with Active Lens” to display both 2D and 3D images (sample shown here may not represent actual display, your results may vary, consult a doctor before… Read More

  • Rugged Pocket Cam Round-Up: Toshiba BW10, Samsung W200, Kodak Easyshare Sport And Playsport

    Rugged Pocket Cam Round-Up: Toshiba BW10, Samsung W200, Kodak Easyshare Sport And Playsport

    Summer is here, and there’s a good chance some of you are thinking of picking up something to document your vacations with. iPhones and point-and-shoots are all well and good, but if you want to take it to the pool or the beach, it’s nice to feel sure that an errant splash isn’t going to disable your camera permanently. We’ve got a few water-hardened Flip-esque pocket… Read More

  • Toshiba Develops Next-Gen CMOS Sensor For Smartphones


    Smartphone cameras have drastically improved in quality in recent years, but they’re still not good enough for you? Then Toshiba’s announcement [PDF] of a new CMOS image sensor, specifically designed for cell phones and other mobile devices, from today should be good news for you. Read More