Toshiba powered Tecra Dynabook’s upgraded with 12th Gen Intel Core vPro processors and mil-spec designs

Kareem Anderson

Toshiba may have formally exited the PC business back in 2020, but the company hasn’t stopped making reliable business laptops for enterprise customers.

Similar to IBM’s deal with Lenovo branding, Dynabook has become the face of Toshiba’s efforts to claim a stake in commercial notebooks and its latest Tecra A40 and A50 Windows powered laptops could help with the company’s ambitions.

The Tecra A40-K platform comes equipped with the latest 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake chips in both P28W and P28W vPro configurations up to i7-1280P versions. Helping move around Windows 11 on a 14.0 HD, FHD and FHD touch panel are integrated Intel Iris Xe or UHD graphic and configurable DDR4 memory up to 64GB between two SoDIMM slots.

Buyers can also toss on SSD storage up to 1TB for the Tecra A40-K. Being a business-first laptop by design, users can also secure important computer BIOS using the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, and added layer of biometrics with a fingerprint reader in addition Inferred IR cameras for Windows Hello Face Sign-in and Microsoft Secure-core PC.

As for the A50-K customers get much of the same specs as the A40 except for the increase in screen size which gets bumped up to 15.6-inch. Both devices will come with HDMI, 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, 2 USB-C 4.0 port which supports Thunderbolt 4, Ethernet LAN, microSD card slot and headphone and microphone combo connectors.

The A40 and A50 are powered by the same Li-Po 53Wh batteries and support Wi-Fi 6E Ax211 with Bluetooth 5.2 and comes in a Dark Blue color starting at $969.99 and $1,019.99 respectively through resellers or its own website soon.