Dynabook is launching its first new laptops since changing its name from Toshiba Client Solutions earlier this year.

All three weigh less than three pounds and feature Intel Whiskey Lake processors when the begin shipping in August.

The new Dynabook Portégé X30 is the company’s most compact notebook with a 13.3 inch display to date, measuring just 15.9mm (0.6 inches) thick and weighing about 2.3 pounds. There’s also a somewhat less svelte Portégé A30 that’s aimed at small business customers, and a Tecra X40 with a 14 inch display.

Here’s a run-down of some of the key specs/options for each of the new laptops.

Dynabook Portégé X30

  • 13.3 inch FHD display (touch & non-touch options)
  • Intel Core i3-8145U to Core i7-8665U processor options
  • Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM (2 SODIMM slots)
  • Up to 1TB of SATA or PCIe SSD storage
  • TPM/Fingerprint or TPM/Fingerprint/SmartCard security options
  • Webcam and optional IR camera
  • 2.31 pounds
  • 15.9mm thick (0.6 inches)

Dynabook Tecra X40

  • 14 inch FHD display (touch & non-touch options)
  • Intel Core i3-8145U to Core i7-8665U processor options
  • Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM (2 SODIMM slots)
  • Up to 1TB of SATA or PCIe SSD storage
  • TPM/Fingerprint or TPM/Fingerprint/SmartCard security options
  • Webcam and optional IR camera
  • 2.76 pounds
  • 16.9mm thick (0.7 inches)

Dynabook Portégé A30

  • 13.3 inch HD or FHD (touch or non-touch) display options
  • Intel Celeron 3867 to Core i7-8650U processor options
  • Up to 24GB of DDR4 RAM (1 SODIMM slot + 4GB or 8GB onboard)
  • Up to 1TB of SATA or PCIe SSD storage
  • TPM/Fingerprint or TPM/Fingerprint/SmartCard security options
  • Webcam and optional IR camera
  • Under 3 pounds
  • 19.9mm thick (0.8 inches)



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3 Comments

  1. There is a lot to like here: the port selection, the trackpoint (if only it had the 3rd button…), the size and specs… If I were looking for a new machine now, this would be on the list to choose from.

  2. Trackpoints, and weights in the lower half of the distribution at those sizes – those are good. But nothing to make them stand out. Giant bezels, no 15+ inch screens, no convertibles.. out-classed by the Lenovos and LGs.

    Basically they’re going for the everyday laptop mass market. Where manufacturers survive on price… far cry from the days when Toshiba was the only game in town for cutting-edge machines, well maybe Toshiba and IBM.

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