On display: Toshiba's first sub-$1000 Ultrabook laptop, HTC's high-end Titan smartphone, and even a Sony Android-based Walkman.
Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba reportedly plan initial shipments of 50,000 units or less, fearful that Apple's MacBook Air will be hard to dethrone in the ultraportable laptop category.
The Toshiba weight claim for its new laptop line--and the sub-$1000 pricetag--ups the Ultrabook competition ante.
Tablets and smartphones launching at the electronics show opening this week are expected to push screen size boundaries and run OS updates from Microsoft and Google.
The Qosmio X775-3DV78 has it all: flashy looks, performance, and the best multimedia experience in the business.
Rival manufacturers to Apple's iPad tablet could increase their market share by dropping prices, but they will need to fight hard.
Toshiba's Qosmio can play 3D Blu-rays and convert standard movies into a fake 3D effect, but it seems unlikely that there are teeming masses of people lining up for this technology.
Get the 32GB version of Toshiba's Thrive for $560 from Buydig.com.
Get ready to stuff a laptop full of games, photos, videos and music with this large hard drive.
The Toshiba SL417U Series offers decent image quality, several top-tier Web features, and lots of user controls, but suffers from mediocre audio and some unfortunate design decisions--and it's not supercheap.