Recently, Dynabook Europe announced the introduction of three new laptops, the Portégé X30-F, the Tecra X40-F and the Portégé A30-E.
These devices revealed following the rebrand of Toshiba’s computer business to ‘dynabook.’
New devices reflect dynabook’s aim to expand the B2B PC market in the Middle East, featuring latest technology, improved connectivity, extensive security and Modern Standby.
Specifications X30-F, X40-F, and A30-E
X30-F and X40-F are powered with the latest 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor (Whiskey Lake) which is capable of offering battery life up to 17 hours. These devices come with newly added Intel® Optane™ Memory. They also sport new upgrades including a hardware precision touchpad (PTP) with wake on fingerprint features.
Both X30-F and X40-F devices have built-in latest WiFi (WiFi 6) standard providing faster WiFi with more capacity.
Weighing in at just 1.2kg², this lightweight, reliable and durable laptop A30-E is built for businessmen. It’s packed with the latest in security and connectivity features for the mobile worker. Designed for the mid-market, enterprise, education and public sector segments.
Wake on fingerprint feature
All the three models are equipped with Windows 10 Modern Standby (MS) that allows the smartphone power model on a PC, which in partnership with the ‘wake on fingerprint’. The wake on fingerprint feature provides the instant on/off experience that users are currently having on their mobile devices.
Damian Jaume, President of Dynabook Europe GmbH said, “Toshiba launched the world’s first laptop computer in 1985 (the T1100) and followed it up with the world’s first notebook computer – the DynaBook J-3100 SS001 in 1989. Now, as Dynabook Europe we are launching three new laptops for the B2B space, that continue the trend for quality, security, and innovation expected of the dynabook brand. These new devices epitomize our rich heritage of over 30 years of innovation in mobile computing and signify our renewed commitment to investment. These devices offer advanced features to support new ways of working – at an affordable price point.”