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Toshiba’s Satellite Radius 12 is a laptop-tablet hybrid with 4K

At the IFA trade show in Germany today, Toshiba pulled the curtain back on its Satellite Radius 12 convertible, the latest in its line of laptop-tablet hybrid devices. Right off the bat, the killer attraction is the 12.5-inch display sporting 4K, combined with a thickness of only 0.6 inches and a weight of just 2.9 pounds. Those familiar with Lenovo's Yoga line will recognize the hinge that turns the device from a standard laptop into an upright-standing tablet.

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Toshiba announces new SSD, SATA HD options

Toshiba has just debuted a handful of new PC storage options in the form of solid state drives (SSD) and traditional SATA hard drives (HDD). The Q300 SSDs are the flagship offerings, boasting of speed and performance improvements. The SATA HDDs are targeted for a number of purposes, including high performance, low energy usage, and mobile laptop users. With the new hard drives available in a number of size configurations, those looking for extra storage for their computer will easily be able to find one that fits their needs.

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Toshiba does Windows 10 with Encore 10, Encore 10K

Here's another two to add to the quickly growing list of brand new Windows 10 devices. Toshiba has just announced two new tablets, actually two variants of the same tablet, designed for both work and study. The Encore 10 is a 10-inch Windows 10 tablet geared for professionals or as companion devices. On the other hand, with a keyboard dock, the Encore 10K 2-in-1 is more targeted at students as well as educators, giving them not only versatility but also longer battery life to meet their needs.

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Toshiba’s new 2-in-1 lineup: Satellite Fusion, Radius

Toshiba has been in the tablet PC business before this new generation of 2-in-1 PCs became a thing, but now the PC maker has shifted its design a bit to follow the latest trends. Touting 2-axis hinges not unlike the Lenovo Yoga line, Toshiba's new 2-in-1s, the Satellite Radius and the Satellite Fusion, tout style and versatility, combining the productivity of a laptop and the media consumption of a tablet in a single package. Built with Windows 10 in mind, these PCs also provide quick access to Cortana via a dedicated key.

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Toshiba’s new Satellite S, C, and L series cover all bases

In time for those preparing to get back to school, Toshiba has unleashed a flood of new 2-in-1 computers and laptops to help get schoolwork, and work, done. Of course, laptops are not just for students. In fact, Toshiba's new Satellite family members cover a variety of users and use cases, ranging from the high-performance S series, to the budget-friendly C line, to the entertainment-oriented L laptops. All run Windows 8.1 at launch but are designed with Windows 10 in mind. In fact, all of them have a dedicated Cortana key to give easy access to the smart assistant.

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Toshiba Portege R30 ultraportable tips scales at 3.2 pounds

Toshiba has rolled out a new ultraportable laptop for people looking for a laptop that is easy to take with them on the go. The machine is called the Toshiba Portege R30 and the machine starts at a svelte 3.2 pounds and is about an inch thick with a 13-inch form factor. While being thin and lightweight, the machine still manages to pack in most of the features you want.

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Toshiba creates Project Ara’s first 5 MP camera module

"We did it!", says Toshiba. And given the difficulty and significance of their achievement, it's not difficult to imagine their pride over it. The company has just been able to develop the first working camera module for the Project Ara module smartphone. Though only 5 megapixels in size, Some might initially belittle it because of its 5 megapixel sensor size, but given certain requirements and idiosyncrasies of a Project Ara module, even just a little bit like this already counts a long way towards a consumer-usable device.

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Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive includes physical keypad

The cloud and micro SD cards make toting data around easy, but sometimes a USB flash drive is the best choice. Protecting sensitive data on a flash drive has largely involved creating an encrypted partition or using an application like USB Safeguard. Toshiba is doing away with all of that via its new Encrypted USB Flash Drive, an ordinary flash drive with one big obvious difference: a physical mini-keyboard on the back. With this keyboard, users can enter their passcode and gain access to their otherwise secured content.

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Toshiba plans to ditch North American TV market

Toshiba has been selling TV in North America for a long time with mixed success. The company has never been one of the top brands in the business mostly unable to compete on pure performance and unable to sell at prices as low as other TV makers. The company has now announced that it plans to pull out of the North American TV market altogether.

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CES Day 4: webOS is back, and we play Ouija printing!

CES day four (technically day 3, but we’re counting Monday’s pre-event as a day anyway) brought a lot of fun little gadgets and toys. There was more VR, some point-and-shoot cameras, and even a printer that’s not a printer. More Internet of Things stuff was announced, and in case you weren’t sure, SD cards are NFC-capable, now. The car of the future drove into our hearts, and we got a quick look at the light bulb that might make you less cranky in the morning.

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Toshiba launches SDHC memory card with built-in NFC

Toshiba has rolled out a new type of memory card with a technology inside that we haven't seen before. The memory card is a SDHC card with integrated NFC functionality. The new memory card will be offered in three different capacities of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. The official unveil of the memory card was done at CES 2015 in Las Vegas this week.

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