Dynabook Americas, formerly known as Toshiba PC Company, announced today that three models in its professional line of laptops now include the new hybrid-architecture 13th Gen Intel Core P-Series 28W processors. Specifically, the Portege X40L-K ultralight, 14-inch Tecra A40-K, and 15-inch Tecra A50-K laptops are slated to be the first with the new chips, alongside optional Intel Iris Xe graphics, DDR4 or DDR5 memory, and various SSD options.
Like the Portege X-40K ChannelPro recently reviewed, both lines ship with Windows 11 Pro, the same Mystic Blue chassis that meets MIL-STD-810H testing standards, and a generous three-year warranty. All are configurable with a variety of options via channel resellers or at the Dynabook website.
The lightest (2.3 lbs.) 14-inch laptop from Dynabook, the Intel EVO platform Portege X40L-K features hybrid-architecture 13th Gen Intel Core P-Series processors, Intel Iris Xe graphics, and Wi-Fi 6E, and is configurable with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 memory.
It includes a 14-inch Eyesafe 16:10 IPS display, four-speaker Dolby Atmos audio system, AI-enhanced HD webcam with 360-degree microphones, and is rounded out with Thunderbolt 4, USB Type-A, HDMI, and Gigabit LAN ports, as well as a microSD card reader.
Tecra A40-K and Tecra A50-K
The business-focused Dynabook Tecra A40-K and Tecra A50-K models ship with 14-inch or 15.6-inch displays, respectively, and include an HD webcam with privacy shutter, backlit keyboard, and optional fingerprint reader.
MSRP pricing will start at $969.99 for the Tecra A50-K, $1,019.99 for the Tecra A40-K, and $1,799.99 for the Portégé X40L-K.