Sord Computer Corporation was a Japanese electronics company, founded in 1970 by the entrepreneur Takayoshi Shiina.
In the 1980s, Sord was known for 8-bit home computers (especially the Sord M5). Eventually, the company launched more advanced models, such as the "luggable" personal computer Sord M23P (1983) and the notebook Sord IS-11 (1984).
In 1985, Sord began to work with Toshiba Corporation.
In 1999, Sord became a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba and renamed as Toshiba Personal Computer System Corporation (TOPS for short).