Toshiba confirmed today it has outsourced production of its desktops.
The company will now manufacture the items in Ravensburg, Germany.
The explanation was that Toshiba wanted more control over its manufacturing operations.
A representative said: "It's simply to bring them in line with the portable operations to allow them manufacturing flexibility."
Previously Toshiba used a British company to produce its desktops.
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