Toshiba will be participating in Japan Week 2014, an exhibition in Sandton City showcasing Japanese technology, architecture, art, home appliances, sportswear and other products, sponsored by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).read more
Toshiba Gulf FZE is the number one vendor for notebook market sales in East Africa including Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania, according to the latest International Data Corporation’s (IDC) CY 2013 final results.read more
Toshiba Corporation has donated 12 Toshiba AT300 tablets to the Language Centre at the University of Zambia in Lusaka, expanding the centre’s capacity to teach foreign languages to its students, with a focus on its Japanese language course run in association with Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan.read more
What are some of the trends that you see defining computing in the next 12 months?read more
Congratulations to winners Kevin Mulligan, for nabbing the first prize, and to Aubrey Mazi, in second place, in Toshiba’s first ever Tablet Race which took place in October 2013 in South Africa.read more
Toshiba Gulf FZE launches the Satellite W30t, a tablet–laptop hybrid made for consumers, students and professionals alike. With its simple attach and detach latch, the 13,3-inch Satellite W30t can easily shift between tablet and laptop mode, offering users versatility and portability.read more
Your laptop computer is your key to corporate success: it’s the tool you use to do your job every day, and it stores the wealth of information that keeps you on top of your game. It makes sense, then, to take good care of your device – and following these simple laptop-care suggestions will help make sure that your laptop last longer, and needs minimum maintenance.
Toshiba Computer Systems has appointed Maxes Office Machines as an official importer and distributor for its notebook computers in Namibia. Maxes will also be Toshiba’s official warranty and service centre, providing support to Toshiba customers across Namibia.
Toshiba’s team Kenjiro Shinozuka recently competed in the Sasol South African Solar Challenge, a race for solar powered cars that saw local and international teams competing over some of South Africa’s most gruelling terrain over ten days to test the abilities of these uniquely engineered vehicles.