Dynabook’s redesigned Tecra A Series Unveiled and it is Worth a Look

In case you haven’t been in touch with all the happenings in the laptop world, you probably missed Toshiba’s takeover.

It was acquired by Sharp a few years ago and since then they have been redesigning the laptops to make them a mainstay in the market.

And it looks like the hard work is paying off. Dynabook recently unveiled their redesigned Tecra A series laptops. These are mid-range laptops ideal for business use and entertainment.

You’ll notice big changes on the inside and outside of the 14-inch Tecra A40 and 15-inch A50. Though when it comes to the 13.3-inch Tecra A30, it looks pretty much the same as before.

The A50 has been made more portable then before since it now weighs just 3.64 lbs as compared to the 4.84 lbs it did before.

Even the paint has been upgraded with the new chassis coming in blue rather than black. Oh, and to ensure your laptop doesn’t become a haven for bacteria and viruses, both A40 and A50 are equipped with an antimicrobial additive to the paint.

As for the display, we only know about the A40 which will come in both HD and Full-HD resolutions. The only thing we know about the A50 is that it is going to be 15-inches.

Both laptops will also be equipped with Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports, two USB-A 3.2 ports, HDMI output, microSD card slot, and 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) wireless networking to ensure whether you are transferring files or using the internet, it is all quick.

In case you are wondering how quick the laptops are going to be note that they will have 11th Gen processors along with Iris Xe integrated graphic card.

Further, there will be 32GB of RAM and if that wasn’t enough, adding to the speed is the 1TB SSD. And since it is 1TB, there’s ample space for all your music, photos, videos, games, files, etc. (no need to spend on upgrades with these babies).

If you are looking for some mid-range laptops that won’t break the bank, you won’t have to wait too long. That is because the Tecra A40 and A50 have been primed for a launch in July 2021.

There’s nothing been said about the price range but we are pretty sure they will cost you less than $1000. Stay tuned for more updates on these laptops.

Written By Eric Smith

My name is Eric Smith and I've been working within the tech space for over 10 years, both at one of the largest computer manufacturers (for which I have no affiliation with anymore) but also in the retail sector where I gained a lot of experience in helping people finding suitable tech products.

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