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Toshiba Gigabeat Audio Player with OLED screen

Mark Peters : 2005-11-14 21:00:00
Toshiba Gigabeat Audio Player with OLED screen : Toshiba America Consumer Products announced today its new line of Gigabeat Flash digital audio players in two storage capacities and trendy cosmetic designs. The new Toshiba Gigabeat Flash players offer compact designs and are cool to wear. "Gigabeat Flash players are perfect for consumers who are looking for a simple, compact player that allows them to listen to their music wherever they go and they can be used in a simple way to enjoy their music or to display digital images" said Yoshi Uchiyama, Group Vice President of Toshiba's Digital AV Group. "Gigabeat Flash players offer stylish designs and ample storage capacities that are ideal for music lovers who enjoy an active lifestyle."


Toshiba direct methanol fuel cell

Mark Peters : 2005-09-04 21:00:00
Toshiba direct methanol fuel cell : At the IFA show 2005 in Berlin I found a great alternative for rechargeable batteries for personal devices such as Notebook-PCs, digital audio players, portable DVD players, cellular phones, etc. This high tech innovation has been public for some time now, but still its potential is or could be great. Fuel cell itself generates power enabling users to power a device for as long as the fuel tank is topped up. Toshiba has developed the world's smallest Direct Methanol Fuel Cell using a high concentration of methanol as fuel. It is a completely different way of thinking. A Fuel Cell is like a small generator. It produces energy from fuel, such as hydrogen or alcohol to power a chemical reaction.


Toshiba digital concepts at IFA 2005

Mark Peters : 2005-09-04 20:40:00
Toshiba digital concepts : At the IFA 2005 show, Toshiba is showing several prototypes or studies of new ideas and solutions. OLED is something that seems to be pushed into the background presently, but companies like Toshiba are still investing time and money into this new display technology. One of the concepts is an OLED/SD Memory Card viewer. This concept model is showcased at the Toshiba booth. The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display is 3.5-inch large and offers a resolution of 320x240 pixels. It plays MPEG4 movies directly from Secure Digital (SD) card (QVGA 30 frames per second) and offers six hours playback. It seems that playing movies and music from flash cards will be the next step for portable entertainment.


Toshiba HDD perpendicular magnetic recording based

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-17 22:00:32
Toshiba HDD perpendicular magnetic recording based : Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD), the industry pioneer in small form factor hard disk drives (HDDs), today announced shipment of the world's first HDD-based on perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR). The new 1.8-inch HDD, used primarily in consumer electronics (CE) devices, enables up to 10,000 songs or 25,000 photos on a single 40GB platter. The MK4007GAL HDD 1.8-inch HDD packs 40GB on a single platter - the largest single-platter capacity yet achieved in the 1.8-inch form factor. This breakthrough technology sets new benchmarks for data density with the highest areal density currently on the market at 206 megabits per square millimeter (133 gigabits per square inch).


Toshiba hard disk drive shipments

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-17 21:55:00
Toshiba hard disk drive shipments : Toshiba Corporation today announced it has produced its 100 millionth hard disk drive (HDD), demonstrating its leadership position in developing the right storage technology for increasingly popular computing and consumer electronics (CE) devices such as mobile PCs, GPS, MP3 players and automobile entertainment systems. Toshiba has remained an industry leader in HDD development with innovations in the mobile HDD space such as the automotive market where Toshiba is currently the world's leading supplier of 2.5-inch, automotive-class HDDs with more than 80 percent market share according to the analyst research firm TSR.


Toshiba supports SMIA standard for camera modules

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-29 12:50:00
Toshiba supports SMIA standard for camera modules : Toshiba Corporation has announced its decision to develop and commercialize camera modules that are compliant with the Standard Mobile Imaging Architecture (SMIA) specification proposed by Nokia and STMicroelectronics. In recent years Toshiba has made a significant contribution to the growth of the camera phone market through its CMOS Image Sensor family of high performance, miniature camera modules. Development and commercialization of products in the 1.3 and 2 Megapixel range in 2005 and 2006, coupled with the commitment to the SMIA standard, will further support this growth. More detailed company information is available at www.toshiba-components.com.


Toshiba's response on lawsuit with Lexar

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-12 12:10:00
Toshiba's response on lawsuit with Lexar : Toshiba Corporation (Toshiba) and its subsidiary, Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC), announced their response today to the July 8, 2005 Statement of Decision issued by the Honorable Jack Komar, presiding judge in the trade secret lawsuit with Lexar over claimed NAND Flash-related trade secret misappropriation. Toshiba invented NAND Flash memory technology and has been a pioneer throughout its development. Flash memory remains a strategic product for Toshiba Corporation and one in which Toshiba owns original technologies.


Toshiba robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-12 19:00:00
Toshiba robots at Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan : Toshiba Corp. recently announced further advances in robotics that take the company closer to its concept of a "life support partner" - a sophisticated robot able to deliver human-centric technologies that provide assistance and support the elderly and young children in the home and in such public places as shopping complexes. One advance enables a robot to distinguish particular voices from among many from multiple directions, and recognize the direction of origin, and interact with the speakers by responding to a repertoire of commands. The other allows a robot to recognize a registered individual and to follow that individual from place to place, even among groups of people.






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