World’s super lightweight laptop unveiled

Portégé X30L-G

MANY tablets and gadgets claim theirs are the lightest, most ultraportable. However, Dynabook range recently added to its portfolio the Portégé X30L-G laptop—not a tablet but, yes, a laptop which can readily claim as being the lightest in the market of tablets and laptops.

Weighing just 870 grams, the Portégé X30L-G is “the world’s lightest 13.3-inch fully featured business laptop with an Intel 10th generation processor. The last ultraportable laptop was another US brand with a starting weight of 1.2 kg, tipping toward 1.27 kg.

Aside from its lightweight features, this laptop offers more than just portability. The Dynabook Portégé X30L-G runs on 10th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors with up to 24GB of RAM.

The display is a non-reflective FHD IGZO panel from Sharp, consuming less power than a standard LCD, which no doubt contributes to the laptop’s impressive battery life.

Users, adult and children, will easily agree the Portégé X30L-G’s FHD screen is perfect for mainstream knowledgeworker tasks—web browsing and document creation/editing.

The laptop measures just 308.8mm wide by 211.6mm deep, with a 17.9mm thickness. Consumers can choose from colorways that include Onyx Blue, Black, and Silver, with the Dynabook logo in one corner of the lid and the silver hinges catching the eye when the laptop is closed.

The stereo speakers deliver audio through grilles on the underside of the front. Volume gets reasonably loud, but can get rather top-heavy and trebly. Headphones or external speakers are recommended if high-quality audio is required.

Overall, the Dynabook Portégé X30L-G is not just a super lightweight gadget, but a useful, amazing must-have for kids and adults nowadays, especially with school and work getting done mostly remotely from home.

More information on the Dynabook product range can be found at asia.dynabook.com.


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