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Toshiba Portege Z830 Ultrabook pricing revealed

Toshiba Portege Z830 Ultrabook pricing revealed

It was all the way back at the start of this September that we got our first look at Toshiba's entry into the Ultrabook world with the X830 series, and today is the first that pricing has been revealed in the UK. Pricing over the ocean from where I'm sitting is a bit indicator on what the device will cost here in the USA as well, so let's have a look: anywhere from £899.99 for the most basic to £1099.99 for the most powerful of models. In addition, there doesn't appear to be any option to add the i7 processor we heard about earlier this year.

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Toshiba 6-inch tablet display offers 498ppi print-quality

Toshiba 6-inch tablet display offers 498ppi print-quality

Toshiba has revealed its latest high-resolution display, a 6.1-inch panel that runs at a whopping 2,560 x 1,600 and which could allow for tablets capable of photo-quality graphics. The new panel, which has a Retina Display busting pixel density of 498ppi, delivers well in excess of Full HD resolution in a screen smaller than you'd find on, say, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.

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Toshiba AT200 super-thin Android tablet hits FCC

Toshiba AT200 super-thin Android tablet hits FCC

When a device hits the FCC here in the USA, we know that it's getting MUCH more possible that the hardware will be dropping into stores sooner than later - that's what's going on with Toshiba's next Android tablet. This tablet is the next-generation device after the Toshiba Thrive, a thicker Android tablet that we reviewed some months ago - this newest tablet from big T promises ports galore like its predecessor along with a unique dip around the entire edge of the casing.

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Toshiba Camileo X400 and X200 camcorders now shipping

Toshiba Camileo X400 and X200 camcorders now shipping

Toshiba's Camileo X200 and X400 camcorders, announced last month, have gone on sale, with a third model - the Camileo X416 - following on come October 10. Priced from $299, the new models each support Full HD 1080p video recording, with the X400 and X416 packing 23x optical zooms and digital image stabilization; the X416 has 16GB of internal storage, and both have SD/SDHC/SDXC card support.

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Toshiba unveils new 3840 x 2160 3D TV that needs no glasses

Toshiba unveils new 3840 x 2160 3D TV that needs no glasses

I still know a bunch of people that don't have HDTVs in their house or have small HDTVs and don’t subscribe to HD content. While many folks like this still need to step fully into the HD world, Toshiba has a new set that is taking the next step into the Quad Full HD realm. The new TV is a QFHD set with a native resolution of 3850 x 2160. The normal full HD resolution that we get on almost all HDTVs is 1920 x 1080.

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Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet takes Honeycomb smaller, rubbery

Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet takes Honeycomb smaller, rubbery

Toshiba has revealed its latest Android Honeycomb tablet, the Toshiba Thrive 7", as as the name suggests it's a 7-inch version of the existing 10-inch Thrive. Running at 1280 x 800 resolution and using what Toshiba calls AutoBrite, Adaptive Display and Resolution+ technology for better graphics and outdoor visibility, the Thrive 7" runs Android 3.2 on NVIDIA's Tegra 2 paired with twin cameras and either 16GB or 32GB of storage.

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Toshiba announces DX735 AIO computer

Toshiba announces DX735 AIO computer

Toshiba has announced a new AIO computer that will launch soon called the DX735. The computer has a 23-inch full HD multi-touch screen and is designed to be an entertainment hub for the dorm or home. The machine is designed to be space saving and offer a good viewing experience. Toshiba ships the machine with a Bluetooth wireless keyboard that has a 10-key number pad.

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Toshiba cloud-based Canvio 3.0 portable HDD surfaces

Toshiba cloud-based Canvio 3.0 portable HDD surfaces

Almost exactly a year ago today Toshiba unveiled the new USB 3.0 version of the Canvio portable external HDD. Today Toshiba has announced a new version of that HDD that is also packing a USB 3.0 connection and is a cloud-based storage device. The storage device comes in 500GB, 750GB, and 1TB capacities.

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Apple keeps 8 year lead in US satisfaction rankings

Apple keeps 8 year lead in US satisfaction rankings

Apple has again scooped top spot in the American Customer Satisfaction Index 2011, maintaining a now eight year lead ahead of its computing rivals. The Cupertino firm climbed a single point from its 2010 score, to 87, and finished nine points ahead of its closest rival, HP. The ACSI credits Apple's "winning combination of innovation and product diversification" for its success.

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Toshiba 55-inch TL515 Series Natural 3D TV Hands-on [Video]

Toshiba 55-inch TL515 Series Natural 3D TV Hands-on [Video]

The same company that brought you the world's first consumer-targeted 55-inch glasses-free 3D display, Toshiba, now brings you the TL series value-minded 3D Smart TV. While this television does require that you wear the lovely 3D glasses if you're going to get a perfectly 3D look at them, this television is out in several sizes (32-inches up to 55-inches) and isn't going to blast the goodness out of your wallet - and it's got built-in Wi-fi connectivity so you can run all the streaming apps you could ever desire.

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Toshiba unveils new AIO PC called Qosmio DX730

Toshiba unveils new AIO PC called Qosmio DX730

Toshiba has a new AIO computer that will take up little space on the desk and looks really cool too. The company is called the Qosmio DX730 and it has a 23-inch screen and is styled to look similar to the REGZA line of HDTVs. The DX730 has a touchscreen as well. The screen offers 1920 x 1080 resolution and it has a Freeview tuner integrated. That allows the PC to tune in TV channels.

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Wary Ultrabook vendors dip toes with tiny stock orders

Wary Ultrabook vendors dip toes with tiny stock orders

Ultrabooks weren't in short supply at IFA 2011 last week - Toshiba, Acer and Lenovo all brought their new models to the show - but while publicly each is gung-ho about the segment, on the production line it's a far more tentative story. Each intends to produce less than 50,000 ultrabook units initially, DigiTimes' sources claim, predicting lackluster demand in Q4.

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