The Japan-based technology company, Toshiba, has been in the PC business for about 35 years, but the company has now officially quit the laptop business.
Earlier in 2018, the company had sold 80.1% of its PC business to Sharp for $36 million. Soon after that, Sharp renamed the business to Dynabook. It is being reported that Sharp exercised right to buy the remaining 19.1% shares back in June and the deal was completed on August 4.
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