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Toshiba Excite Write, Pro and Pure tablets hands-on

Toshiba Excite Write, Pro and Pure tablets hands-on

Toshiba has three new tablets for Computex 2013, and while none can match the miserly $129 price tag of the ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7, the 10.1-inch range still promises something for most tableteers. We caught up with Toshiba today to check out the Excite Write, the Excite Pro, and the entry-level Excite Pure, and to see whether the company's liberal splashing of high-res screens and digital pen functionality made the Excite series the tabs to pick from. Read on for some first-impressions.

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Toshiba rolls out entertainment PCs and redesigned Haswell-based Satellite laptops

Toshiba rolls out entertainment PCs and redesigned Haswell-based Satellite laptops

In addition to the Tegra 4-based Android tablets Toshiba announced today, the company also unveiled several new entertainment PCs and refreshed Satellite laptops, which run on "Haswell" fourth-generation Intel Core processors. The Satellite laptops will be available from Toshiba online June 9, while the entertainment systems have a more vague date of "mid-June".

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Toshiba REGZA Z8X Ultra HD TVs set to bring hybridcast to Japan in June

Toshiba REGZA Z8X Ultra HD TVs set to bring hybridcast to Japan in June

Toshiba is jumping onto the Ultra HD bandwagon, pricing up its trio of 4K TVs, the REGZA Z8X series, for Japan. Set to hit (reinforced) store shelves in late June, the Z8X range will kick off at 58-inches and rise to 84-inches at its biggest, with the largest model price at 1.68m yen ($16,430) and include native NHK "hybridcast" support that blends traditional broadcasts with internet-funneled add-on data.

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Toshiba transparent light-up OLED makes for some crazy glasses

Toshiba transparent light-up OLED makes for some crazy glasses

They may look like the version of Google Glass for demons, but Toshiba's new OLED glasses are in fact more about lighting than wearables, and could even result in cameras that can illuminate subjects directly from their own lens. The Transmissive Single-sided Light Emission OLED Panel tech is Toshiba's star for SID 2013 this week, Tech-On reports, a new illumination system that allows an OLED screen to simultaneously give out light while being transparent.

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Toshiba launches WT310 Windows 8 Pro tablet

Toshiba launches WT310 Windows 8 Pro tablet

Toshiba has officially announced the launch of its latest tablet running the Windows 8 Pro operating system. The tablet is called the WT310 and features a large 11.6-inch full HD resolution screen. Toshiba says that the new tablet is optimized for business users with a range of features specifically designed to help mobile workers.

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Toshiba aims to create new “detachable Ultrabook” segment for Windows 8

Toshiba aims to create new “detachable Ultrabook” segment for Windows 8

This week the folks at Toshiba have revealed yet another oddity in computing the world might never have seen had it not been for Microsoft's push for touchscreen interation with Windows 8. The device that's opening up Toshiba's push for the future is the Toshiba Portege Z10t. With Ultrabook on its back while its tablet display detaches from its keyboard dock, it is what Toshiba hopes will create yet another market for notebooks: the detachable Ultrabook.

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PC market tumbles as IDC points at Windows 8

PC market tumbles as IDC points at Windows 8

If reporting that the entirety of the PC market weren't enough of a punch in the gut for Microsoft from the analytical group IDC, the suggestion that their newest operating system is to blame really, really is. What you're about to witness is the continued downfall of the PC industry in the charts of the IDC, this most recent quarter's report being much worse for ware than we're sure any of the manufacturers listed would have liked. When your only job is to create PCs and you hoped Windows 8 was going to bring the industry into a shining light, you're probably not too happy right about now.

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