Displaying items by tag: Dynabook

Tuesday, 14 September 2021 09:21

Dynabook backs Gotcha4Life

Mobile computing specialist Dynabook ANZ has appointed mental fitness foundation Gotcha4Life's founder Gus Worland as a brand ambassador, and will also provide the foundation with products to assist its operation.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 02 September 2021 22:16

Dynabook reports its laptops are ready for Windows 11

Dynabook, which the world knew as Toshiba's computing division for 35 years, has also announced it will have laptops pre-loaded with Windows 11 "in Q4," while the current Windows 10 lineup is naturally eligible for a free upgrade from Microsoft.

Published in Business IT

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Guest Interviews

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Business IT

Dynabook, formerly Toshiba, introduces its Tecra A40-J and A50-J laptops to address the needs of remote work. 

Published in Mobility
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Dynabook's new Toshiba Canvio Flex is designed for use with PCs, Macs, iPad Pros and other mobile digital devices and tablets.

Dynabook is the new brand name for Toshiba, now owned by Foxconn and Sharp, with the company launching two new Satellite Pro models from sub-A$1000 prices with the usual Core-i3, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD entry-level options for the C40 at least, but more powerful models are available.

Published in Business IT

Japanese personal computer maker Dynabook has released what it claims is the world's lightest 13-inch convertible laptop, the Portégé X30W-J 2-in-1.

Published in Hardware

Intel has announced a new line of chips for laptops, claiming that its 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Iris X graphics would be up to 2.7x faster in content creation, more than 20% faster in office productivity and more than twice as fast in gaming plus streaming.

Published in Hardware

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