The Toshiba T-series portable workstations were powerful for their time. The rugged computers were built to be carried around. One of the main design goals of Toshiba was to make the computer a full desktop replacement, focusing on expandability, adding such features as a high quality full travel keyboard, bright and sharp screen, and a fast processor to do complex tasks such as working with spreadsheets and databases. As a testament to Toshiba's high standards for build quality, and a large enthusiast network, a majority of T computers have stood the test of time and survive to this day.
These computers are sought after. Their 80's design, “very retro” orange plasma screen, high quality keyboard and all-in-one portability are making this computer a collector's item. Rather than letting this computer fade into obscurity, I figured it deserves a beacon on the Internet. A website for these systems, sharing community information, technical data, utilities and documentation for everyone to peruse. My only goal is to support these computers because I firmly believe that it has earned it's place among the likes of Osborne 1, IBM PS/2 P70, Hyperion and Compaq Portables, and as a group, form one of the milestones of portable computing history.
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If you have anything you'd like to share on other Toshiba T-series models, I'd be happy to hear from you! Please contact me below and I'll be happy to share anything on the website for everyone's benefit! Thank you!
Official Toshiba DOS file archive | Mirror
Excellent guide on the Toshiba T3200SXC and how to disassemble it (applies to T3200SX too!) | Original URL (offline since 2016)
Toshiba service and technical manuals, flyers and more
Toshiba T3200 resources, ROM dumps, DIP switch configuration and pictures
HighTreason's overview of the Toshiba T3200SX laptop with a in-depth look at the hardware
I welcome any corrections, additions, files or any other handy resources you'd like to share. And if you'd like to become a contributor, I would be happy to hear from you!
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