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 full quality keyboard, bright sharp screen, and a fast processor to do complex tasks such as working with spreadsheets and databases. As a testament to the build quality, the majority of the computers survive to this day.
These computers are slowly becoming rare. However, their build quality, attractive orange plasma screen, full size keyboard and all-in-one portability are making this computer a collector's item of sorts. I figured, that rather than allowing this computer to fade to relative obscurity, it would be appropriate to build a support site preserving information, utilities and documentation for the use community to peruse. My only mission is to support these computers because I firmly believe that they form one of the milestones of computing history.
Click on the appropriate model number to view pictures, specifications, documentation, programs, etc.
Official Toshiba DOS file archive | Mirror
The Toshiba T3200SXC and how to disassemble it | 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!
Resources on this site are provided as-is. I cannot guarantee that the information is accurate and/or that the software will work as expected in your case. As such, I cannot be held responsible or liable for any damage(s) caused either directly or indirectly by using any of the resources on this site, or by relying on other information I have provided. That said, I've made every effort to make sure the information and resources provided on this site are as accurate as possible.