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Toshiba Acknowledges Thrive’s Sleep Addiction

| Tablets | July 19, 2011

Toshiba Acknowledges Thrive's Sleep Addiction

Has your Thrive been acting a lot more like sleeping beauty, and fewer such as the tablet you taken care of? Before starting on the mythical tale, whereupon you eventually find its more charming compatriot, know the aid of Toshiba is forthcoming: “We are conscious of the problem and therefore are focusing on a fix.” No further particulars on when it’ll land, or just what it’ll fix, but when you are anything like us, you are just happy it will not finish up where another Tosh tablet did — in eternal slumber.

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Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D Laptop

| Laptops | July 18, 2011

Toshiba-3D-laptop Toshiba is quickly growing their development in the area of three dimensional gears and glasses-free three dimensional shows. Recently the organization launched Qosmio X775 three dimensional laptop. And today they’ve folded out world’s first glasses-free three dimensional laptop, known as Toshiba Qosmio F750, that is likely to release sometime the following month.

The Toshiba Qosmio F750 includes a lenticular lens sheet display making slightly different images to appear through the left and also the right eye, thus creating the three dimensional effect. Laptops also offers an HD webcam which further improves the three dimensional formation.

It operates on a higher performance Apple Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor, comes full of a 640GB hard disk, 6GB DDR3 RAM, nVidia GeForce 540M graphics, a Blu-ry XL optical drive, Wi-fi compatability, Bluetooth 3., two USB 2. ports and something USB 3. port. It features a display size of 15.6 inches and is available in dimensions of 380.55 x 254 x 37.6 mm.

It’s however not ideal for three dimensional gameplays. Because it requires you to definitely sit with no movement to look at three dimensional graphics, it won’t be well suited for exhibiting three dimensional graphics for gaming because players are utilized to trembling their heads and the body throughout gaming!

The Qosmio F750 is going to be offered by August 2011, and it’ll be listed around U.S. 2100 dollars.

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Toshiba StOR.E Hard Drives

| Technology | May 25, 2011

Toshiba-STOR.E-Edition-USB-3.0-External-Hard-Drives-1Toshiba hits back with a brand new type of USB 3. exterior hard disk drives known as the STOR.E Edition. Obtainable in three different storage capabilities: 500GB, 750GB and 1TB, these plug and play hard disk drives have a colored casing having a grooved texture, a USB 3. connection interface and therefore are pre-packed with Nero BackItUp & Burn Necessities software. Prices and release date continue to be unknown right now.

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Toshiba tablet 3D Display

| Technology | May 18, 2011

Toshiba tablet 3D DisplayThe T-Mobile G-Slate could have a hop on the (red-colored and cyan) Toshiba 3d tablet market, but we are able to do better, even though walking past Toshiba’s SID 2011 setup, we might have discovered the slate from the future’s killer component: an 8-inch, glasses-free three dimensional display. Tablet sized? Yes, indeed. We could not obtain a Toshiba representative to confess the depth intelligent display was destined for any approaching products, but i was told the screen certainly “made sense” for any tablet device. The technology appears to become fashioned with a more compact form element in mind, because the firm cautioned that bigger versions from the screen, while possible, would suffer a drop in image quality. At 8-inches however, it’s mighty fine — although you will still may need to look on from the centered sweet-place to trap the three dimensional effect, a plague it explains to its glasses-free brethren. Take a look at our hands-on video (sans three dimensional, obviously) following the break.

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