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Articles tagged with: Toshiba

First Mango Phone Delivered From Japan (VIDEO)

It was just yesterday when Microsoft announced to the world that Windows Phone 7 Mango was ready to be released to manufacturers, and today we have got wind that that Fujitsu/Toshiba will unleash its first Windows Mango phone, dubbed the IS12T.

The phone itself is a worthy contender, sporting a 13.2MP camera, 32GB of storage, and a 3.7″ touchscreen, rocking an 800 x 480 pixel resolution.

The phone looks like your typical, slender, smartphone, and carries a microUSB port, while supporting both WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth.

Adobe Aiming To Move Up In The App Market

Adobe, the digital media and web developing company will close Adobe inMarket and Adobe Airplace.

The company is aiming to pass the privilege to multiple platforms, as this would be more profitable and will help the firm develop an even better image in front of the world in the coming future. Both of the above mentioned stores are announced to close in August.

Toshiba Thrive Taking On iPad 2: The Battle Begins

With technology growing quickly every single day and with the number of gadgets increasing, competition is becoming more fierce than ever before. Each device has to fight for its winning prize, that is, to be bought by consumers.

The fight in the spotlight is between Toshiba the Japanese giant and Apple, a company well known for its innovative curiosity and sexy hardware design.

Capacitive Touchscreen Vs Resistive Touchscreens

Most of us today have upgraded to gadgets with touch screens but have you ever wondered that what’s the difference between capacitive touch screens and resistive touch screens? These both are quite different.

The main reason they are different is the way they register the sensation of your finger.

Toshiba Thrive Gets Early Release, In Stores Now

Whether or not you are into Toshiba laptops, the new Toshiba Thrive seems like something to rant about. Originally scheduled to arrive on July 10th, the tablet has already been spotted at multiple Best Buy stores. You can drive to your local Best Buy and pick one up today!

Currently, there are only 16GB and 32GB models for sale. The 16GB model costs $479 and we’re not sure when the 8GB model will swing by, but if you’re on a tight budget, you might want to wait it out.

Toshiba Introduces New L700 And C600 Laptops

Toshiba has just revamped its Satellite L700 and C600 Series laptops, starting at $380, you’ll certainly be interested in these 15.6″ laptops, powered by AMD.

For the low price, the notebooks start out with an AMD single-core E-240 processor with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. To make up for the slow processor, Toshiba is packing 3GB of DDR3 memory clocked in at 1066MHz and 250GB of hard drive space to store your files.

Toshiba’s REGZA 19P2 W/ Internal Battery

Toshiba has just released a new TV in Japan called the REGZA 19P2 TV with internal battery in Japan this week. The TV starts at 50,000 Yen (About $620 USD) and carries a 19″ screen measuring out to 1366 x 768 pixels.

The LCD TV’s core feature is its removable internal battery that is able to deliver 5 hours of continuous play time and comes with a 1Seg Digital TV Tuner allowing consumers to freely move the television from room to room, rather than buying a separate TV set for each room.

Toshiba Gears Up For Massive OLED Production

Toshiba introduced the OLED as the most portable and most flexible screen, measuring at a size of 0.1mm and weighing in at just a gram. OLED was and is the first flexible screen introduced by Toshiba, as it utilizes an oxide semiconductor TFT, the OLED is composed of a plastic substrate at a temperature of 200 Celsius.

RamSan-70, An Affordable SSD

TMS (Texas Memory Systems) has announced this week its fastest flash memory card, called the RamSan-70. The RamSan-70 is a PCIe card that is about half the size of previous models while 3x faster. The memory card comes from 450GB to 900GB modules and features Toshiba’s latest 32nm single-level cell NAND flash chips, offering a 20% reduction in price per GB compared to previous models.

Users will be able to get the power of a solid-state drive in a “graphics card-like” form-factor, allowing for plug-n-play operation.

Toshiba Beats Apple’s Retina Display, By Miles

Okay, so Apple Shmapple, you’ve heard all the talks about iPhone’s technology and why you should get it. One of the iPhone’s coolest features, at least in my opinion, is its retina display. Although I am a bit of a pixel fanatic, it’s time to look our eyes away from Apple and towards technology of the future. Samsung introduced a highly dense pixel resolution just last week, and Toshiba is keeping up the paces.

Toshiba has just come forth with a new four inch display that will be used in smartphones. The 4-inch screen will feature a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, allowing it to display HD video in 720p.