Engadget: Terrific news, laptop shoppers. Toshiba's concept-turned-commercial Libretto W100 is now on sale in the US of A, but there's no telling how long it'll remain in stock. We heard from the get-go that this dual-screen wonder would only be a limited run, and just a week after going on sale in Japan, the W105-L251 is getting prepped right now for a shipping label with your address on it.
Power outage causes Toshiba and Western Digital to lose 6 exabytes of NAND Offered the present oversupply of the NAND market,
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.
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.