Toshiba began to move away from the computer business with the sale of most of its Toshiba Client Solutions (TCS) subsidiary to Sharp a couple of years ago .

In June 2018, it transferred 80.1% of the shares of a business that would later change its name to Dynabook.

And at time Dynabook is already wholly owned by Sharp , which has exercised the purchase option for the remaining 19.9% ​​of the shares . Toshiba has confirmed the transfer.

This puts an end to Toshiba’s 35-year relationship with the personal computer market. It was one of the first brands to market a laptop, back in 1985: the Toshiba T1100.

For their part, two of the latest Dynabook models that have seen the light are the Portégé X40-G and the Portégé X50-G with screens of 14 and 15.6 inches.