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Toshiba leaving Singapore end of May 2015

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多事吧

 

 

 

I still have the 25 years nation building pencil cup and paper clip.

 

I think they buried some in time capsule too.

 

 

i was too old to get those lei.....😂😂😂😂
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Toshiba has been here for don't know how any decades liao, also can like this move out from sg?

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My first few laptops were all Toshiba, the first from educational institution some kind of corporate deal. Later bought the A50, and also another set of refurbished A50 to fiddle around with the motherboard for some kind of repair. Now all the screens bijia or the display card problem cannot power up.

 

Using them as antique displays currently.

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Everything from Philips are made in China nowadays, at least that's what I see on the boxes.

 

I wonder what the plant in Toa Payoh makes, or is it just a logistics warehouse?

 

 

Is it possible that Philips will be the next one to follow ? After all they are in the same industry.

 

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Did they pull down Toshiba data system in kallang?

 

No leh. Still there.

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I'm glad I'm not the only one here who encountered the problems with Sony.

 

 

I also had the Sony TV and hi-fi system failed just after warranty in the early 90s.
My replacement MIJ Panasonic TV was very lasting which I had used for more than 10yrs till replaced by Samsung LCD.

 

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Everyone seen to be talking about TV long lasting! Do yours mean TCS program quality improved? We hardly watch nowadays.

 

Who watches Mediacorpse nowadays? Cable or streaming is the way to go man.

 

With Internet TV can even watch YouTube.

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Who watches Mediacorpse nowadays? Cable or streaming is the way to go man.

 

With Internet TV can even watch YouTube.

 

I still watch... maybe abt 1-2 hours every night...

A special time together with wifey lah :))

 

But I get the latest news from .... here lah, in MCF :))

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I still watch... maybe abt 1-2 hours every night...

A special time together with wifey lah :))

 

But I get the latest news from .... here lah, in MCF :))

 

 

ya here oso got drama...the richies, the wanabe richies and the wannabe poories...

 

:a-bang:

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I still watch... maybe abt 1-2 hours every night...

A special time together with wifey lah :))

 

But I get the latest news from .... here lah, in MCF :))

What kind of program you and wifey watch at such late hours? Can share the program title? Haha

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ya here oso got drama...the richies, the wanabe richies and the wannabe poories...

 

:a-bang:

 

:XD: :XD: :XD:

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Who watches Mediacorpse nowadays? Cable or streaming is the way to go man.

 

With Internet TV can even watch YouTube.

 

PPTV and Youku is the way go... or get a Xiaomi box

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Yes, Akira is the name!

 

Amazing its still alive with the competitions.

i bought their massage chair some years back and now they don't have back up or after warranty service even

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Yes my first B&W TV is a Sharp that has the sliding door one. Then the next color TV is Telefunken 21" damn expensive and I remember we bought the Akai VHS player for $2000 in 1980 - a princely sum those days.

After I got married, got the "state of the art" JVC 29" CTV! Biggest screen ! And Panasonice LD player!!!!

My VHS bought in the 80's was also around that price - National or Panasonic- so solid heavy and also with wired remote

My father's first Tv was Siera (29") colour TV considered the rage at that time - also about 3k with wired remote control too from Asia Radio I remember in Bencoolen Street; I remembered going there for some spare part (remote got tangled and the pins got damaged due to someone tripped over the wires)

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Got toshiba warehouse sale please post here...hahaha.

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Got toshiba warehouse sale please post here...hahaha.

PM me if you gets notifications, I trust Toshiba quality :a-m1212:

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Akira is still alive here!

 

Akira is actually Singapore company. Not Japan.

....zzz....i bought a toshiba TV last dec..knn

I think it is ok as Toshiba will sure appoint agent to do servicing. My Fridge is Toshiba and using for around 3 years. I trust the brand and that is why I bought Toshiba Fridge.

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omg ...my aircon bought in 2013

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