Toshiba, the father of notebook computers, announced its complete withdrawal from the PC market

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 Toshiba, the father of notebook computers, announced its complete withdrawal from the PC market


According to the verge, Toshiba recently sold its remaining PC business to sharp, completely withdrawing from the PC market, ending 35 years of hard work in the field of personal computers. Two years ago, Toshiba sold its PC business to sharp for $36 million, but retained a 19.9% stake.

Toshiba has been manufacturing notebook computers since 1985, and launched thornemiliar. It is known as the worlds first mass-produced and listed laptops, which can be called the father of notebook computers. In the late 1990s, Toshiba once became the worlds largest notebook computer manufacturer.

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