• 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

  • Toshiba To Sell Glasses-Free 3D REGZA TV In December (In Japan)

    The rumors we blogged about in August proved to be true: Toshiba has been working on the development of a glasses-free 3D TV, and they are ready to sell it as early as December this year (in Japan, at least). The company today announced [JP] there will be two versions of the so-called “Glass-less REGZA 3D TV”, the 20-inch 20GL1 and the 12-inch 12GL1. Read More

  • Toshiba Decides To Give Up OLED Production

    Just when everyone thought OLED screens would constitute the third of innovation for flat panel TVs (following LED backlit TVs and 3D capability), Toshiba just made a surprise decision. According to Japanese business daily The Nikkei, Toshiba has entirely given up previous plans to mass-produce OLED screens. Read More

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