Posts Tagged: "Toshiba"

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Toshiba’s SmartPad Has All The Ports The iPad Doesn’t

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Toshiba’s upcoming SmartPad tablet, like many others, is basing its marketing strategy on what it does do that Apple’s iPad doesn’t. In this case, that’s offering a bevy of ports to view your digital media, and images of the device have been scooped by NotebookItalia that show those ports for...

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Toshiba’s Libretto Dual-Screen Tablet Now Available

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Back in June we brought you news about Toshiba’s special Libretto tablet, which was a concept that featured a two seven-inch touchscreen design. Well, now that tablet is available with a limited supply for only $1,099.99. Dubbed the W105-L251, specs for the tablet include a Pentium U5400 processor, integrated Intel...

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Toshiba’s Smart Pad Tablet Gets A Few More Details

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A few months ago, Toshiba talked about an upcoming tablet, the Smart Pad, which has been MIA ever since — until now. Toshiba Australia’s Managing Director Mark Whittard showed off the device this week and gave journalists a couple details about it. By couple, I mean literally two — that...

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Toshiba’s AC100 Netbook Has Got The Android Touch

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At the same conference as the Libretto unveiling, Toshiba showed off an interesting new 10.1-inch netbook, the AC100. The AC100 runs Google’s Android 2.1 OS, a first for Toshiba. The AC100 is a cloud-based netbook — its specs may seem underwhelming at first, but most of your actions on the...

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The Libretto W100 Is Toshiba’s iPad Rival (video)

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Unveiled at Toshiba’s 25th Anniversary celebration of their laptop business this week, the Libretto W100 is an interesting choice for an iPad rival. Its clamshell design and under 2 lbs weight reminds me of a fancier DS, with two touchscreens running Windows 7 that utilize a virtual keyboard for input. There’s...

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Toshiba Announces The World’s First 128GB NAND Flash Memory

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Toshiba has unveiled the world’s first 128GB NAND Flash Memory, constructed out of older 16GB modules compressed together. They measure only 7×22×1.4mm in size — now that’s small. There’s a 64GB version, too, if you don’t need that much storage. Should we expect iPhone 4 128GB editions soon? Not until next...

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Toshiba’s Mini NB250 Netbook Packs A Full Keyboard

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Netbooks are still going strong, by the looks of the product calendars of companies like Toshiba. Their new 10.1-inch, 2.46 pound  Mini NB250 features a full-size keyboard and a 1336 x768 LED display. Other specs include a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor, up to 250GB HDD, Intel GMA 3150 GPU, 3...

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Toshiba Satellite U505 Touchscreen Review – Part 2

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I covered the initial impressions in my last review so let’s get right to the 13.3″ touchscreen. It’s a non-glossy matte screen so glare is pretty much not an issue. Fingerprints? Not a problem, unless you’re touching the screen with your grubby little hands after a late night KFC 14-piece...

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Toshiba Satellite U505 First Impressions

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Good day, all you GR fans. We got our hands on the new Toshiba Satellite U505 Touchscreen (literally) and here’s a few of our thoughts. My first impression after opening the nicely packaged box was, “holy five stacks of iPads, Batman!”, this thing is pretty thick! Then I realized it had a...