• That Naked-Eye 3D TV From Toshiba Goes On Sale Tomorrow (In Japan)

    Do you remember those spectacular glasses-free 3D REGZA TVs Toshiba announced back in October? Two models, a 12- and a 20-incher, were announced for a December release (in Japan), and tomorrow the smaller one (pictured) will finally go on sale. Read More

  • Toshiba's Green Copier Produces Erasable Documents

    Toshiba (its subsidiary Toshiba Tec, to be more precise) is working on a “green” copy machine that produces instantly erasable printouts. The way it works is that documents can be turned blank by heating them with a special device. For the copier, Toshiba uses a special toner, which loses its color when heated (and is offered by Japanese company Pilot). Read More

  • Video: Toshiba's "Hands On" Naked-Eye 3D Display

    Toshiba caused quite a splash in October, when the company unveiled the world’s first naked-eye 3D TV. But the company is working on other 3D solutions, too: it recently showcased a prototype of a mobile display that users can tilt to view objects in 3D and from different angles – without having to wear glasses. Read More

  • Power TV: Toshiba Announces Battery-Powered LCD TVs

    Innovation in the TV space isn’t just about 3D these days. Toshiba today announced [press release in English] the so-called Power TV series, whose most interesting range (the PC1) consists of two devices. What’s special is that the PC1 Power TVs feature an integrated battery – a world’s first, according to Toshiba. Read More

  • New Toshiba HDD Withstands Extreme Temperatures, Can Be Used 24/7

    Toshiba announced [PDF] the MK1060GSCX today, a 2.5-inch SATA type HDD with 100GB capacity that’s designed for use in “rugged operating environments”. The company says the hard drive can be used 24 hours a day in computing, industrial and other non-conventional environments (i.e. in ATMs, ruggedized computers, factories etc.). Read More

  • Toshiba Releases "Blade-Type" SSD Modules Up To 256GB

    While I doubt the MacBook Air will render her secrets very willingly, you can, with a little effort, upgrade your SSD modules using Toshiba’s 2.2mm mSATA chips. The chips, called the Blade X-gale, will come in 64, 128, and 256GB sizes . No pricing just yet but expect them to be well within the $300-500 range. Read More

  • Regza T-01C: Toshiba To Introduce Android Phone

    Toshiba in Japan has announced [JP] their first Android cell phone today, the Regza T-01C (Regza is also the brandname for the company’s flat panel TVs). Big T says they used the “Mobile Regza Engine 3.0” for the phone’s touchscreen, which is sized at four inches and features 480×854 resolution. Read More

  • Biblio Leaf SP02: Toshiba's Answer To The Kindle

    Toshiba and Japan’s second biggest mobile carrier KDDI announced [JP] the Biblio Leaf SP02 for the Japanese market yesterday, an e-reader that features a 6-inch monochrome screen (16 shades) with 800×600 resolution. The device has 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity and supports XMDF/PDF/EPUB files. Read More

  • Report: Toshiba To Launch Naked-Eye 3D Laptops Next Year

    We can’t say we’re surprised: after unveiling the world’s first glasses-free 3D TVs last week, Japanese business daily The Nikkei recently reported that Toshiba is currently readying naked-eye 3D PCs. While the TVs will be released in Japan as early as December, big T is planning to launch the PCs, which will be marketed under the dynabook brand, sometime next year. Read More

  • CEATEC 2010: Toshiba's Naked-Eye 3D TVs Up And Close (Video)

    There’s one company that won the CEATEC this year: Toshiba. Sure, their Android tablet is nice and all, but it’s nothing special. But what is attracting hundreds and hundreds of people to the Toshiba booth is the two naked-eye 3D TVs the company recently announced, the first of their kind. While all big electronics makers try to push their 3D TVs that require glasses, Toshiba… Read More

  • Toshiba Planning Tablets For US Release In Early 2011

    In case you were wondering just where Toshiba’s entry into the tablet wars was, here’s a non-answer for you: coming some time in early 2011. Toshiba engineer Hideo Kasuya has said in interview that the company is planning a worldwide tablet launch in early 2011, though the Wall Street Journal noted that the Tegra 2 and Android-based Folio 100 may not actually be one of them. Read More

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