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Is Intel's latest six-core processor, 870g magnesium chassis and a normal set of ports the dream laptop?

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Introduced by Dynabook Portege X30L
Is Intel's latest six-core processor, 870g magnesium chassis and a normal set of ports the dream laptop?

At the end of December, we learned that Sharp, under the Dynabook brand, is preparing to introduce an 860 g mobile PC based on a six-core processor! And here at CES 2020, this laptop was introduced. It is called the Dynabook Portege X30L.


Is Intel's latest six-core processor, 870g magnesium chassis and a normal set of ports the dream laptop?

True, it weighs 870 grams (in the basic version), but it does not play a special role - all the same, we have an incredibly light laptop, and considering the characteristics, it’s probably completely unique.

The heart of the new product is the Intel Core 10 generation processors related to the Comet Lake line. There are five CPUs to choose from, starting with the Core i3-10110U and ending with the Core i7-10710U. The screen with a diagonal of 13.3 inches can be with a resolution of HD or Full HD, as well as a touch or without a touch layer.

There is up to 24 GB of RAM, and there are three types of drives: M.2 with a SATA interface up to 512 GB, M.2 with a PCIe interface up to 512 GB or an Intel Optane SSD line. A discrete graphics card, of course, is not available.

Is Intel's latest six-core processor, 870g magnesium chassis and a normal set of ports the dream laptop?

As for the ports, considering the weight and size characteristics, the set here is impressive: two USB 3.2, USB-C 3.2, a MicroSD slot, a headphone jack and even RJ45! The latter is present here for the reason that the thickness of the laptop, unlike the mass, is not a record - 17.9 mm.

From the rest, we can note the presence of stereo speakers, Wi-Fi 6, a magnesium alloy body, a fingerprint scanner and the device’s MIL-STD-810G certificate. The battery capacity is 42 Wh

Source = NotbookCheck

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