Popular Toshiba Articles for 2012
If you want the portability of an Ultrabook, but don't want to forsake features such as an optical drive and expansion ports, Toshiba's Portege R930 may be your solution.
We compared two 14-inch consumer notebooks that come with Windows 8 -- the Lenovo Z480 and Toshiba Satellite L840 -- both priced at less than $600, to see which is[...]
Our first review of a notebook with Windows 8 already installed is here. Is a traditional 17-inch Toshiba Satellite laptop still a good choice with Windows 8?
We took a look at two of the hottest Ultrabooks on the market. Both feature a 13.3" screen and fast flash storage, but do the extra features of the ASUS[...]
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The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing, but some of the most exciting laptops at the show are hiding in private meeting rooms and press suites. Take[...]
Today Toshiba has announced multiple new notebooks in almost every notebook category: gaming, multimedia, budget-priced, and small business. Some of the new Satellites will have upcoming Intel and AMD chips.
Toshiba's growing family of Ultrabooks now includes the Satellite U845W, the first Ultrabook with a 21:9 ratio Cinematic Display and the Satellite U845.
Toshiba has announced that its line-up of Windows 8 ready Satellite laptops, Ultrabooks, Qosimo laptops, and All-in-One desktops are currently available for pre-order and will ship starting October 26.
Memjet, a leader in color printing technologies, announced several new partnerships that will result in the development of advanced printing products with companies like Oce and Toshiba.