he Japanese goliath Toshiba has sold its last stake in the PC creator Dynabook.
It implies the firm no longer has an association with making PCs or PCs.
It weighed 4kg (8.8 pounds) and worked with 3.5 inch (8.8cm) floppy plates.
It was propelled from the start just in Europe with a yearly deals focus of 10,000 units, as indicated by the Toshiba Science Museum site.
In 2011 Toshiba sold more than 17m PCs however by 2017 this had tumbled to 1.9m, announced Reuters at that point.
In 2016, it had stopped creation shopper PCs for the European market, concentrating just on equipment for organizations.
Ongoing years have been hard for the combination: in 2015, the firm posted an entire year loss of $318m.
That equivalent year its leader and VP surrendered after an autonomous board found the organization had exaggerated its benefits for the past six years.
In 2019, it wrapped up its atomic business NuGen in the UK in the wake of neglecting to discover a purchaser for it.
Customer interest for PCs has taken off over the most recent couple of months in view of the Coronavirus pandemic and worldwide lockdowns, yet generally speaking, the market for PCs
has been intense for a long time, said investigator Marina Koytcheva from the firm CCS Insight.