Toshiba brand disappears from PC market

Tom Wright
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Products rebranded to Dynabook following acquisition by Sharp

The Toshiba name has vanished from the PC market following the sale of the vendor's client solutions unit to Sharp. Troubled Toshiba announced the sale of its PC subsidiary to Sharp last June, j...

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