Toshiba participates in Japan Week in Sandton

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).

Toshiba will be displaying several of its products and services that have changed medical science, electricity generation and computing the world over, and will showcase three of its newest notebook computers on its stand.

“The Toshiba PX30t, the Toshiba Portege Z10t, and the Kira Book will be on display at our stand,” says Richard Bosman, marketing manager for Toshiba Gulf FZE in South Africa.

“These remarkable devices set the benchmark for computing power in South Africa, and we encourage people to visit our stand where they can learn more about the products on display and the vast array of services Toshiba is involved with globally.”

Visitors to the stand can win an Excite AT7 Tablet priced from R 2 499.00 excluding VAT by simply taking a photograph with Tosh, Toshiba’s mascot, and sending the image to a specified SMS number or uploading the image onto Toshiba South Africa’s Facebook page.

This showcase of Japanese technology and culture takes place from 26 – 31 March 2014 at Sandton City.

For more information about Japan Week, follow www.facebook.com/JapanWeekSA or on Twitter @JapanWeek_SA.

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