Dynabook, formerly known as Toshiba PC Company, has introduced a new line of business laptops under the Portégé name. The new Dynabook Portégé X30L-L, X30W-K, and X40L-K are all powered by Intel’s 12th-generation P-series processors, which include vPro versions.
The Dynabook Portégé X40L is a brand-new 14-inch laptop from Dynabook, and it’s the lightest one the business has ever produced. It weighs 2.3 pounds and is only 15.9mm thick. It uses an Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i7 P-series processor, which means it has a greater 28W TDP than prior iterations. It also has up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM, which provides all the performance you could possibly need for office tasks.
It also has the advantage of a 14-inch display with a tall 16:10 aspect ratio, which is ideal for productivity. It boasts a screen-to-lid ratio of 85 percent and a Full HD+ (1920 x 1200) resolution. It has a quad-speaker stereo system with Dolby Atmos compatibility for audio.
The Dynabook Portégé X40L has a lot of ports, as you might imagine. Two Thunderbolt 4 USB Type-C ports, two USB Type-A ports (USB 3.2 Gen 1), HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, a combination 3.5mm audio jack, and a microSD card reader are all available. The chassis is built of magnesium alloy and comes in a Tech Blue color scheme, making it one of the more visually appealing Dynabook laptops.
The Portégé X30L clamshell and X30W convertible are also being updated with Intel 12th-generation P-series CPUs, giving you the same performance gains as the X40L. Both have up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB of SSD storage, so they cover all the essentials. Read also; Intel Finally Details Its 12th-gen P- and U-series Chips
These two versions, unlike their 14-inch sister, have 13.3-inch panels with a more traditional 16:9 aspect ratio. They have Full HD displays, and the X30L has an IGZO display with 470 nits of brightness and a touch-enabled panel with 300 nits of brightness, in addition to the standard panel with 250 nits. There is only one display choice on the convertible.
Both the Dynabook Portégé X30L and X30W are made of magnesium alloy and weigh less than one kilogram. The clamshell is only 904 grams, and the convertible is only 989 grams, making it one of the lightest convertibles on the market. They both have the same port selection as the Portégé X40L, but they’re in a less appealing Mystic Blue color, which is almost black. All of the laptops come with Windows 11 Pro and fulfill Microsoft’s Secured-Core PC requirement, as expected.
The Dynabook Portégé X30L-K starts at $1,379.99, while the Portégé X30W-K starts at $1,599.99, and the new Portégé starts at $1,799.99. They’ll be sold directly from Dynabook or through its network of authorized distributors. For featured configurations, all laptops come with a three-year warranty with on-site support or a four-year warranty for built-to-order configurations. Read also; Razer Blade 14, 15, or 17: Which one is right for you?
In addition to the new Portégé laptops, Dynabook revealed a new Thunderbolt 4 dock to boost their capabilities even further. Two HDMI 2.0 ports, two DisplayPort connections, one additional Thunderbolt port, four USB Type-A ports, two USB Type-C ports, an SD card reader, and a combination audio jack are all included in the dock. The dock will set you back $349.99 and come with a three-year warranty.