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For a show built around consumer technology, Intel Core U-series processor, at 1.92 pounds (0.9 kg).has seen a handful of interesting new commercial laptops from big names such as , , and . You can now add Dynabook to the list with its Portégé X30L-G, which it says is the world's lightest 13.3-inch laptop with a 10th-gen
If you recognize the model name, but not the brand, it's because, in the US, Portégé laptops were formerly sold under the Toshiba brand. They're now under Dynabook, a majority-owned division of Sharp, which is a long way of saying the company has a lengthy history of making commercial laptops like the X30L-G.
Dynabook's Portege X30L weighs just 1.9 pounds, but has performance to spareSee all photos
Built using a magnesium-alloy chassis, Dynabook says it's designed to pass Mil-Spec 810G durability tests for drop, temperature, humidity and dust resistance. Also, despite being relatively thin, plenty of connections line its sides including a full-size HDMI out and Gigabit Ethernet.
Other features include:
- A 470-nit full-HD resolution IGZO display
- Up to a six-core Core i7-10710U CPU
- 512GB or 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
- Up to 24GB of memory
- TPM 2.0, IR camera and fingerprint reader for privacy and security
The new Portégé X30L-G will be available starting at $1,600 in February direct from Dynabook, Amazon and other resellers.