Toshiba's fast, familiar Windows 8 all-in-one Video
Toshiba's first Android tablet distinguishes itself from the pack with an array of unique features, including its own file management system, a removable battery, USB ports, and HDMI output.
If money is no object for you, the Toshiba Portege R400 is an eye-catching Windows Vista conversation piece, but the rest of us will want more performance from a system this expensive.
After a 10-year absence from the consumer desktop market, Toshiba makes a confident return with the DX1210-ST4N22, which offers an appealing combination of price, performance, and functionality.
For a budget Windows 7 thin-and-light laptop that you won't need to recharge often, you could do a lot worse than the Toshiba Satellite T135-S1309.
This convertible laptop offers a 14.1-inch screen and a comfortable keyboard, but its supersized weight means you won't stray too far from a desk or a conference room table.
The HP Omni 200 5380qd lacks some of the flashier features of other all-in-one PCs, but it makes up the difference with surprisingly fast performance, making it easy to recommend to anyone in need of a reasonably priced home desktop.
If not for its bulky size and lack of a keyboard accessory, the Encore 8 would top our list of the best small Windows tablets. Still, its fast performance, useful connections, and good battery means it's at least a part of the conversation.
Heavy, underperforming and awkward, the tablet-to-laptop Click is a budget Windows 8 laptop that hits a nice price but does little else that's good.
The Toshiba SSHD is a quite fast hybrid internal drive but it's no match for CNET editor Dong Ngo's lighting reflex.
The Toshiba Gigabeat U is a tough, classy MP3 player that's lean on memory but delivers exceptional sound quality.