Starting early this year, Toshiba's former Client Solutions group, responsible for the company's laptops and other related consumer electronics, began a process of cutting ties with the company it originally drew its name from, and renaming the company to Dynabook. Now that process has reached its completion, as the remaining North American arm of the group has finally been renamed to Dynabook as well, firmly establishing Dynabook as a global brand.
Back at the IFA event in Germany, I noticed that Toshiba had announced a new laptop. However the headline didn’t quite grab my eye. It was only by chance...17 by Ian Cutress on 9/13/2018
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