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The Camileo X-Sports is an HD sports camcorder from Toshiba

The Camileo X-Sports is Toshiba's answer to a GoPro camcorder. At £180 (US$300), it lines up against GoPro's entry level Hero3, which itself retails for £199 ($330). Gizmag took a look at the Camileo X-Sports' specifications and how it performs.  Read More

The Toshiba Satellite Click 2 Pro is a premium 2-in-1 laptop-cum-tablet

There was a time when 2-in-1 laptop-cum-tablets were a niche tool and a bit clunky to use. Quickly, however, they've become much slicker and will surely become a mainstream device in the future. Presumably of the same mind, Toshiba has just released two such pieces of kit.  Read More

Toshiba's factory will be isolated from the outside air and have tightly controlled air an...

Looking to take a bite out of the Japanese food market, electronics giant Toshiba has announced plans to construct a vegetable production factory in the city of Yokosuka. The factory will use tightly controlled air and lighting systems to optimize conditions for pesticide-free, indoor plant growth.  Read More

The Toshiba Kira is a high-spec Ultrabook

The Kira is aimed at being Toshiba's "ultimate Ultrabook." The company used that very phrase when it announced the device in January. With that in mind, one should expect something pretty special. Gizmag took a look to see how it measured up to that promise.  Read More

Toshiba has announced details of its Satellite P50t laptop

Whether 4K's time has come or not is up for debate, but there's no doubt the technology is gathering pace. Part of that momentum has been driven by devices unveiled at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, including the Satellite P50t, which, along with the Tecra W50, Toshiba claimed was the world's first 4K laptop. The company has now revealed a few more details about its UHD-capable P50t.  Read More

A kitchen mirror concept paired with a Kinect-like camera

Every now and then we get demonstrations of really innovative new technologies and concepts that almost no one has any chance of being able to own anytime soon. The best place to undergo this particular form of torture is at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This year at CES, a really fantastic "smart mirror" concept from Toshiba fit the bill.  Read More

Toshiba's 13.3-inch Chromebook

Following Google's announcement last September, Toshiba's Digital Products Division has now confirmed that the company is joining the Haswell Chromebook party with a model of its very own. The Toshiba Chromebook is the first to feature a 13-inch HD display, offers dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity and promises day-long battery life.  Read More

The Toshiba FlashAir II wireless SD card lets users upload photos directly from their digi...

Toshiba has updated its FlashAir wireless SD card with the FlashAir II, which, like the Eye-Fi and Transcend Wi-Fi SD cards, functions as its own wireless LAN access point to let users upload photos directly from their digital camera to a tablet, smartphone or PC.  Read More

Three new Chromebooks and a Chromebox have been announced by Google at IDF13

During last week's Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Google previewed a batch of upcoming Chrome devices based around Intel's 4th-generation Core i processors. As well as revealing new Chromebook models from existing partners Acer and HP, the Mountain View-based multinational also announced two new sign-ups to its cloud-based operating environment in the shape of Toshiba and Asus.  Read More

Toshiba's Encore tablet runs Windows 8.1 and has been optimized for Skype video calls

Though Acer pipped everyone to the 8-inch Win8 tablet post when it launched the Iconia W3 in June, Toshiba has teamed up with Microsoft to develop one of the first to feature the latest generation of Intel's Atom processor. The Encore tablet unveiled at IFA 2013 will also run Windows 8.1 and has been optimized for Skype video calls.  Read More

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