The tablet market has become crowded with dozens of devices looking to knock the iPad off its perch. So it's only natural that crazy promotions start appearing to promote some of these products, but every once in a while crazy equals awesome, as is the case with the Toshiba TabletMan.
If you think a 10-inch tablet is not suitable for consuming your favorite content, Toshiba's got a big surprise for you. Introducing its 13.-3-inch AT330 tablet — arguably one the largest, if not the largest — consumer Android tablet to date.
Revealed at IFA in Berlin, Toshiba's Regza 55X3 (known as ZL2 in Europe) isn't just a fancy 3D TV that doesn't require silly glasses — it has Quad Full High Definition — a.k.a. 4K2K HD — a.k.a. your eyeballs watering up over picture clarity like never before. And it can be yours this December.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's got the thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablet and notebook PC of them all. According to Toshiba, they now have both.
We thought we'd have to wait years, perhaps a decade, for glasses-free 3D TVs. But Toshiba has created a time warp and announced the first glasses-free 3D, the 55-inch 55ZL2, which the company says will go on sale this December.
Toshiba's 2.5-inch MKxx61GSYG might sound like your average number/letter hard drive, but it's actually not that generic. The drive can self-encrypt and auto-erase itself, under special conditions.
3D glasses are just so annoying and stupid, aren't they? That's why Toshiba has made 3D literally twice as awesome by condensing all the magic of the third dimension into... Wait for it... The Spectacle.
For times when one computer screen is just not enough, a spare USB-powered monitor can come in handy. Toshiba's 14-inch LC Mobile Monitor is the latest and greatest USB monitor that doesn't need a power adapter and doesn't break the bank.
It's hard to be impressed by a laptop's lid. The lid on Toshiba's Dynabook Qosmio T750 is different from that on most laptops — it changes color when viewed from different angles and has fingerprint-proof coating to keep smudges at bay.
How large does an HDTV need to get before it's considered too big to be labeled portable? Personally, I'd say the sweet spot for a portable tube would be no larger than 19-inches (diagonal). Toshiba, makers of all things non-mainstream is introducing a new line of battery-operated HDTVs.