Popular Toshiba Articles for 2002
It sounds as if Toshiba plans to support thier new PDA with a bunch of optional equipment. The first piece we're hearing about is a larger battery pack that will[...]
I'm not one to say that any particular Pocket PC device has a huge advantage over any other, but my initial reaction to the Toshiba e740 is that it has[...]
Toshiba e740/310/330/335 owners or prospective buyers rejoice! There is finally a foldable keyboard to meet your needs. Want to know the best part? It's $20 cheaper than most other PDA[...]
Toshiba has announced that it will be releasing a Bluetooth SD card that is smaller and more energy efficient than its current one.
It surfaced on Toshiba Germany's website last month, now the ultra-thin e330 is a reality in the U.S.
The Toshiba e740, released to the world last month, is one of two XScale processor featured PDAs on the market (the HP iPaq 3900 series being the other PDA enhanced[...]
Toshiba will release three new handhelds this month in the Land of the Rising Sun, two of which will have 128 MB of RAM.
Due to a battery issue that may result in the loss of critical data, Toshiba is recalling the popular e740 Pocket PC. The first PDA to integrate WiFi, Toshiba has[...]
Belkin has developed a portable keyboard for the Toshiba e330, e335, and e740 Pocket PC.
The new Toshiba e330 was released in Germany today. This release came from out of the blue, and we don't know if Toshiba plans to offer the e330 worldwide.[...]
Expect a flurry of activity today for Microsoft OS based handhelds as Microsoft kicks off its first developer conference for mobile devices in London. Microsoft is expecting over 1,000 developers[...]
Toshiba may have hit one out of the park. With HPaq in somewhat dissaray, Toshiba is running through the door with new handhelds. The e310 that came out a few[...]
Toshiba Japan has confirmed the release of the Genio e550 Pocket PC which comes in a number of different models. They all come with a 400MHz Intel Xscale PXA250 and[...]
Toshiba recalls some e740 models; iambic releases Agendus for Windows; Samsung to use Symbian OS in some future handsets
And then there were three – Toshiba confirms two new PPC’s today, the e330 and e335. Here’s the rub, neither are $300!
In an iPAQ-esque move, Toshiba has confired two new units, which are near mirrors of each other. The Pocket PC e330 and e335. They differ in price by $50 and[...]
Toshiba Germany's website lists an upcoming Pocket PC called the e330. Much like the ultra-thin e310, but with more memory and a faster processor, the e330 has yet to be[...]
15% Off Everything and Free shipping at OfficeDepot.com means some great savings on PDAs, such as the Toshiba e310 for $339 with free shipping, check out what they have and[...]
Electric Fuel Corporation (Nasdaq: EFCX - news) today announced the introduction of 3 new INSTANT POWER(TM) PDA chargers, for the Audiovox Maestro, the Sharp Zaurus and the Toshiba Genio.
We all know Dell as the giant in direct sales of configurable PCs. Two years ago Dell started reselling printers, handhelds and peripherals made by other companies and we[...]
The Toshiba e740 officially hit the virtual shelves of the web today. The e740 marks the first PDA available with integrated Wi-Fi (Bluetooth in Europe) and the Intel X-Scale[...]