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Sharp showcased one the lightest 13 inch laptops at CES 2020 – gizmochina

Sharp‘s Dynabook series of laptops have just received a new entry in its lineup. It is a 13 inch laptop which is one of the lightest PC currently available. The notebook is dubbed the Portégé X30L-G and arrives with notable specs in a very light package. It was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show of 2020 (CES 2020)

Sharp’s (Dynabook series) Portégé X30L-G is one of the lightest laptop ever made

Portégé X30L-G

Sharp Dynabook lineup (formerly Toshiba’s) have made an entry in the notebook market with a light and portable laptop that doesn’t compromise on performance. One of the notable aspects of the device is its processor and weight, which is the 10th Generation Intel Core Processor in a 1.9 pounds (860 grams) form factor. Notably, Sharp’s latest Dynabook laptop achieved its featherweight feature since it was manufactured using a light magnesium alloy (avoiding the heavier aluminum).

Despite its incredibly lightweight, the laptop still features a U-series processor (low power consuming chips from Intel), an IGZO display with a maximum brightness of 470 nits, WiFi 6 and a generous offering of ports; including one USB Type C, two USB Type A, an Ethernet port and an HDMI. Additionally, Sharp Dynabook Portégé X30L-G also arrives with a military grade dust and drop resistance and a battery life ranging around 14.5 hours on a full charge.

The Portégé X30L-G is made from magnesium alloy that helps achieve its feather weight

Price and Availability

Due to its unique and extreme light weight design, people interested in buying Sharp Dynabook Portégé X30L-G have to shell out 1,600 US Dollars (roughly 11,000 Yuan). The laptop will be available for purchase sometime in February 2020.

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