HP is now the top global supplier of laptops, with a 16.9% market share, followed closely by Dell, with 16%. Toshiba, which held the No. 1 ranking in laptops from 1994 until early 2002, has slipped to No. 3 and continues to lose ground even in its home country of Japan.
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Toshiba is promoting more portability in an effort to attract small and medium-size businesses. The notebook PC manufacturer has released three Satellite notebooks created for more cost-conscious, smaller businesses.
Notebook makers are releasing a ton of new products in anticipation of the Christmas season. Sony, Toshiba and HP are the latest manufacturers to announce new notebooks.
MicroWarehouse has the refurbished Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000 Pentium-3 1.1GHZ 30GB/256MB/DVD/CDRW/802.11b WIFI/ Ethernet, 15" Screen, Windows XP Pro 6.5lb 1.3" for $799.97.
Bestbuy.com has the Toshiba 2Ghz 256MB/30GB DVD/CDRW 15" Screen Notebook for only $699.99 after rebates. Simply click this link to visit BestBuy.com and then search on "PSA10U-00R" to find the computer.
Toshiba on Tuesday announced new optical drives for mobile computers and portable projectors with updated features. The company's storage device division, based in Irvine, Calif., said its new optical disk drives will provide higher media recording speeds for mobile computers.
Toshiba announced on Tuesday that it is launching a program that will allow owners of its mobile computers and technology products from other manufacturers to trade in those products to purchase new Toshiba technology. Use this offer to get money back on a new Toshiba Satellite purchase.
Bestbuy.com has the Toshiba S127 2Ghz 256MB/30GB DVD/CDRW Notebook for $699.99 after rebate starting Sunday.
HP, Dell and IBM all increased sales of notebooks during the second quarter, Toshiba declined. Dell leads U.S. sales of notebooks and statistics published this Tuesday by IDC shows that total notebook shipments rose 22.4% globally as people move more towards buying notebooks over desktop PCs.
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