Toshiba has another Android tablet set to arrive in July. This latest model will be the Toshiba Excite Go and it will be arriving to fill out the low priced lineup. The Excite Go will arrive priced with a suggested retail of $109.99.
Digital and smartphone cameras are getting more and more capable and data storage will soon need to catch up in order to provide users a smooth and seamless experience. It is exactly for this purpose that Toshiba is unveiling its next generation of microSD cards that can directly support those 4K videos you're fond of shooting.
Coming a bit ahead of the expected mid-February release, the Toshiba Chromebook is now available for purchase. The Chromebook is available for those in the US and UK. The price seems to be varying a bit from retailer to retailer. Not to mention, the difference between the US and UK pricing.
Toshiba entered the Chromebook market here at CES 2014 with a 13.3-inch notebook. This has them sitting in sort of a middle ground as many of the other Chromebooks are sporting an 11-inch display. Then we have the HP Chromebook 14. But while Toshiba has found the middle ground in terms of display size, the resolution will come in at a familiar 1366 x 768.
Chromebooks are wildly popular as of late, and could represent a sea change for the PC market. Toshiba, which has always made very solid PCs, has a new Chromebook here at CES. This one is a bit bigger than normal, but not the largest Chromebook out there.
Toshiba is taking mobile photography to professional levels with a new module designed for smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. An industry first, the Toshiba TCM9518MD boasts of technology that will give software and users better control over depth and focus.
With a good week or two left before the rumored end of year production schedule, Toshiba has announced the availability of its TransferJet product. This pair of USB and micro-USB sticks is supposed to be Toshiba's answer to the problem of quick and easy transfer of files between a mobile device and a computer, but it has its own quirks that might make it even less feasible.
Toshiba has introduced a mid-range tablet to compliment their recent introduction of higher end devices to the market. We’ve seen tis one before in benchmark tests, but now we have a name: the Excite 7. The Excite 7 is the smallest Toshiba has on offer at — you guessed it — a 7-inch screen. It doesn’t pack much of a spec punch, but the price is right.
At the CEATEC trade show in Japan, Toshiba has unveiled the latest form that its TransferJet technology will take: a micro-USB adapter that will plug into most Android smartphones. The company has also given a glimpse of a chip utilizing the same technique that may make its way to smartphones next year.
The Intel Developers Forum was filled not just with revelations of the manufacturer's upcoming chips but also with announcements of new devices, including a series of notebooks and a PC box running Google's Chrome OS and powered by Intel's latest fourth generation "Haswell" Core processors. This time, ASUS and Toshiba are joining the fray of companies touting Chrome OS devices which now totals six manufacturers.