Minato-Ku, Tokyo, 105-0023 Japan
Toshiba products play an active role, be it in computing, controlling, powering, or communicating -- transporting, playing, or even just chillin'. The company's portfolio includes personal and professional computers (PCs, point-of-sale systems), telecommunications and medical equipment (LCDs for mobile devices, X-ray machines), industrial machinery (power plant reactors, elevators), consumer appliances (air conditioners), electronic components (electron tubes, batteries), and semiconductors. Its portfolio also includes air traffic control and railway transportation systems. Customers outside Japan account for 58% of Toshiba's revenues.
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