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Dynabook introduced new Portégé X laptops with Comet Lake CPUs

Portégé X40-G

Dynabook launched some new premium laptops today, including the Portégé X30-G, Portégé X40-G, and Portégé X50-G. Along with being thin and light, they also come with Intel's 10th-generation 'Comet Lake' processors. Comet Lake is the 14nm side of Intel's 10th-gen lineup, and the reason that Dynabook uses that instead of Ice Lake is that these are business laptops, and Comet Lake vPro is on the way.

"The Portégé X Series is Dynabook’s premier collection of thin & light, high-performance business laptops," said Philip Osako, vice president, marketing and engineering, Dynabook Americas, Inc. "We are excited to add both 14- and 15.6-inch models to round out the Portégé product family. Giving customers the ability to configure these laptops with the newly announced 10th Gen Intel Core Processors, Wi-Fi 6 advanced connectivity capabilities and security features to provide what the modern, mobile professional is looking for in an enterprise-grade laptop computer."

Portégé X30-G

The laptops are meant to be light without sacrificing durability. The magnesium alloy PCs come in at 2.31 pounds for the X30, 2.76 pounds for the X40, and 3.13 pounds for the X40. Despite being so light, they also pass MIL-STD-810G certification.

That's not all though, because there are also new features. These all meet Microsoft''s Secured-core PC requirements, and they also come with Dynabook's Webcam Privacy Shutter that was first introduced in the Tecra X50. The X30 and X50 come with Sharp's IGZO displays, which are meant to be energy-efficient and high-brightness, and the X40 comes with a TruBrite display.

The new laptops are coming in May, with the X30-G starting at $1,329.99, the X40-G starting at $1,299.99, and the X50-G starting at $1,399.99.

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