Dynabook announces the Portégé X40L-K for hybrid working

Dynabook Europe has announced the Portégé X40L-K, an extension to its X-series range, designed to deliver on the user experience within the hybrid working world. The Portégé X40L-K delivers a range of features within an ultra-slim design that meets the demanding requirements associated with flexible working.

Compact, at only 1kg in weight and 15.9mm thin, the Portégé X40L-K integrates into life on the go. A large click pad size of 109.6 x 85.6mm also allows for increased accuracy and comfort.

Rigorous MIL STD 810H testing demonstrates its robustness in the face of drops, extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, and other tough conditions, and the AI Noise Reduction isolates and filters out background noises to ensure participants can be heard clearly.

In situations where workers need to use their device for long periods of time, the Portégé X40L-K’s Eyesafe Certified Display helps protect them by reducing the amount of blue light exposure while at the same time maintaining vivid colour.

Damian Jaume, President, Dynabook Europe GmbH said, “the working world has fundamentally and permanently shifted, and it is now more important than ever that devices allow employees to collaborate, connect, and switch seamlessly between the physical and online world. On top of that, we believe employees need to feel acknowledged and valued by their employers. By equipping individuals with this stunning and high-performance device, organisations can enhance output and motivation within their teams.”

The Portégé X40L-K will be available from August 2022.

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