At the IFA 2012 trade show in Berlin, the company also said that it would roll out its first ever cloud storage product, offering users a centralised home hub to access and stream their files remotely from the cloud.
Headlining the new range is Toshiba's new Windows 8 Satellite U925t Ultrabook Convertible, which combines the form factor of an ultrabook with the ease-of-use of a tablet.
Users are able to convert the device between the two forms via a sliding hinge and the product has a 12.5-inch touchscreen display fitted with protective Corning Gorilla Glass. As an ultrabook, the device is less than 0.8-inches thick and weighs just 3.5 pounds.
The U925t has a 3-megapixel, rear-facing camera on the back, and the unit is fitted with a third-generation Intel Core i5 processor and a 128GB solid-state drive (SSD) for near instant boot and restart times.
A new ultrabook in the range is the Satellite U945, which comes with a 14-inch diagonal HD TruBrite display and is encased in a textured Fusion Lattice finish in Ice Blue. It also includes a ClickPad with Windows 8 gesture support.
The U845W is claimed to be the first Ultrabook to feature a 14.4-inch diagonal ultrawide-HD TruBrite display with a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio, which Toshiba claims is "ideal for snapping Windows 8 apps to the classic desktop interface".
In the laptops, the Satellite P845t is a traditional clamshell model featuring a 14-inch diagonal HD touchscreen display with edge-to-edge glass. Toshiba has also announced the LX835 All-in-One Desktop PC and the budget Satellite S955 laptop.
All the new models are expected to roll out in late October when Windows 8 is launched. Pricing for the products has not yet been announced.
Also at IFA, Toshiba has announced the Canvio Personal Cloud - an easy-to-use storage hub that will allow users to save media libraries securely in the cloud for access from anywhere there is an internet connection.
Toshiba's Canvio Personal Cloud is intended to act as a centralised storage hub for the connected home, enabling people to bring all their content together such as video, photos and music held on PCs, Android devices, and Apple's iPhone and iPad.
The network-attached storage product will be offered in two flavours - 2TB and 3TB - and buyers can use various apps to upload their files and then access them remotely. The drive is expected to launch next month, priced at $220 for the 2TB version and $250 for 3TB.