Japan’s leading technology company Toshiba has officially announced that it will no longer make laptops and computers after selling all its shares.
According to a foreign news agency, in 2018, a Japanese company Sharp bought 80% shares of Toshiba company for the manufacture of computers and laptops for 36 million.
Toshiba has since issued a statement stating that Sharp has bought the remaining 20% of Toshiba’s shares.
Toshiba introduced its first T1100 laptop in 1985, which weighed 4 kg and had a 3.5-inch floppy disk.
Toshiba sold more than 17 million computers in 2011, but sales fell to 1.9 million in 2017.