Dynabook’s new Portégé X30W-J convertible laptop. | Image: Dynabook
Dynabook, the company that took control of Toshiba’s laptop operation before it axed that business earlier this month, is releasing two new laptops built with Intel’s new 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors. Both laptops, the Portégé X30W-J convertible and the Portégé X30L-J standard clamshell, are less than 1kg (about 2.2 pounds) and have 13.3-inch screens. The company will release these machines in Q4 2020, and pricing will be shared closer to launch date.
These new models have 53Wh batteries and are built with magnesium alloy (not plastic) to achieve that low weight — under 900 grams (1.98lbs) for the clamshell variant. Each can be outfitted with either Intel’s Core i5-1135G7 or the Core i7-1165G7. (Both processors support Iris Xe…