Foreign media: Toshiba quit notebook business

Japanese giant Toshiba has sold its last stake in personal computer maker DYNABOOK, British media said. This means Toshiba will no longer be associated with the production of personal computers or laptops, according to the BBC website on August 10. In a statement, Toshiba said sharp had acquired 80% of Toshiba’s PC business for $36 million in 2018, and now sharp has acquired the remaining shares. According to Reuters, Toshiba sold more than 17 million pcs in 2011, but by 2017 its sales had dropped to 1.9 million. Novel coronavirus pneumonia and global blockade have seen a surge in computer consumption in the past few months, but Marina Koicheva’s computer market has been in recession for a long time, according to

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