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HardwareTablet PCRory blogs the death of his Toshiba M200

Rory blogs the death of his Toshiba M200

Rory Blyth held microbial services for his Toshiba M200.

I’m getting a little nervous here. This isn’t the first person that’s had Toshiba M200 problems recently. Frank La Vigne is wondering what’s going on too. Most people I know have had hard drive problems–like me, however, is this a harbinger of things to come? Please, don’t let it be. The M200 has been one of my favorite Tablets.

What this indicates is that Toshiba needs to be doubly sure that they can get the M200 replacement out soon. Very soon. We’re all addicted to our Tablets and we can’t work, blog, play without them. So if anyone at Toshiba can hear me, please do all that you can to get your updated M200 out. We may not be able to wait any longer.

Loren Heiny (1961 - 2010) was a software developer and author of several computer language textbooks. He graduated from Arizona State University in computer science. His first love was robotics.

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  1. Interesting post. I’ve blogged about my basically good experiences with Toshiba support that I’ve had over the past 6 months for my M200 (see the latest: http://www.nontrivialexercises.com/2006/01/another_satisyi.html )

    While I’ve been basically pleased with the way that Toshiba has reponded – due mainly to the fact that I have an on-site service contract – I am actually overall disappointed in the amount of times that I’ve had things break.

    I’ve had a failed system board, an incorrectly reassembled rotation device and a failed hard drive – all on a machine that is less than 1 year old.