Dynabook’s puts 12th Gen Intel Core vPro CPUs in its Protege X40-K

Kareem Anderson

The company previously known as Toshiba is making its comeback under its new Dynabook branding and doing so with a variety of business-oriented laptops that now include the Intel Core vPro powered Protege X40-K.

The X40-K comes with a 14-inch FHD panel as well as an FHD touch panel option, 12 Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 (with vPro) configurations, Windows 11 or 10 depending on your business, and supports Thunderbolt 4, Fast Charging, and Intel’s Iris Xe or UHD Graphics cards.

The regular accoutrement is also present with the X40-K such as full HDMI, microSD, two USB-C ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, up to 64GB DDR4 memory with two available SoDIMM slots, up to 1TB of SSD, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, and DTS Audio processing.

The X40-K comes in a dark blue aluminum chassis, measuring 17.9mm thin and weighing only 3.2 pounds. X40-K looks to be Dynabooks version of the ThinkPad line and comes at a time where hybrid workstations are at a premium.

The Protege X40-K should be on sale soon starting at $1,349.99 at Dynabook’s website or the company’s 3rd party resellers.