This robot can make a variety of movements, using its four-wheel drive and five axes. Normally, it rolls along on its wheels, but if there's a step or ditch, it can get over the obstacle by using its wheels as legs. All the user needs to do is tell it which direction to go, using a joystick. The robot automatically assesses the surrounding terrain and moves appropriately.
London’s Carnaby Street was the venue for launching the latest in Toshiba’s new PC, laptop and tablet range in front of the UK’s tech experts. On show was the new Toshiba U840W laptop - the world’s first with a cinematic 21:9 screen, the Toshiba Portégé Z930 - the world’s lightest Ultrabook, and the Toshiba LX830 touchscreen PC. Also there was the powerful new Toshiba U840 Ultrabook, the sleek R9 business laptop range, and last but not least, the Tegra 3-powered Toshiba AT300 tablet.
Honda Marine congratulates Mark Dawley, dealer technician from Soundside Marine, Inc. in Edenton, North Carolina for achieving 'Master Tech' status for 2012. Mr. Dawley has secured his 'Master Tech' certification following a rigorous eight-hour test administered at a Honda Marine training center. Obtaining this exclusive certification designates a Honda Marine service technician as possessing the highest level of professional qualification within the company's service training program.
Packing intuitive touchscreen technology, stunning performance and the latest high-definition multimedia features, the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 isn't just the first all-in-one PC we've created; it is also one of the very best you can buy.
And now that the UK technology press has got their hands on it and given it a thorough testing, it seems they agree. So we've been looking at all they've had to say, to find out what they've liked most about the Qosmio DX730.