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Toshiba Dynabook TX/98MBL Announced, Will Play 3D Blu-ray

Toshiba has just unveiled the Dynabook TX/98MBL notebook, which is being touted as the “industry’s first” to support the playback of 3D content in the Blu-ray 3D format. That said, there are some catches.

First and foremost, at least initially, the Dynabook TX/98MBL will only be available in the Japanese market. Still, 3D Blu-ray sounds interesting enough. Of course, being an industry first, there is a price tag that comes with that. In this case, the notebook is going to sell for ¥250,000, which is roughly $2,750 in terms of US dollars. As for when it will be available, according to the press release, sometime “from the end of July” though no specific date was mentioned.

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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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Codewow1751d ago (Edited 1751d 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.

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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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