Toshiba improves LCD shutter glasses for 3D viewing

CrunchGear: "The technology associated with 3D content is getting better, and the dark screens and headaches plaguing the more sensitive viewers may soon be a thing of the past. Personally, I hope these expensive, complicated LCD shutter glasses go the way of the dodo, but until then, they may as well be as good as they can get.

These new Toshiba screens, made specifically for shutter glasses, have improved switchover time between open and shut, and block more light when shut to boot. It cuts down on 3D field “crosstalk,” in which your left eye sees partially the image meant to be seen by the right. Causes headaches and such."

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Power outage causes Toshiba and Western Digital to lose 6 exabytes of NAND

Power outage causes Toshiba and Western Digital to lose 6 exabytes of NAND Offered the present oversupply of the NAND market,

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Codewow1819d ago (Edited 1819d ago )

Easily on purpose given the fact that prices were hitting such low prices. Tech companies have been known to do similar things to bump prices back up.


Intel 660P QLC NAND-based SSD Spotted Online – To Cost Same As a SATA SSD

Intel’s upcoming 660P SSD has been spotted on multiple computer hardware retailers from Europe. The interesting thing about this is its appealing price tag.

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Engadget - Toshiba's Portege X20W is a sleek, durable convertible

Remember when Toshiba made laptops you could buy? Since the company stopped making consumer notebooks, it's been quietly regrouping and fine-tuning its business lines. Here at CES 2017, Toshiba is showing off its first convertible laptop with a 360-degree hinge for enterprise users. It's called the Portégé X20W, and after my brief hands-on with it, I'm already taken by its sturdy build, sharp design and promised endurance. But its lack of ports are a questionable decision to me.

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