It’s been a hectic time for Toshiba’s laptop business, which was partially purchased by Sharp in 2018, renamed to Dynabook, and then bought outright by Sharp in August. Now that’s all out of the way, this organisation is getting its focus back – and producing laptops like the £1,419 exc VAT Portégé X50-G-10V.
The X50 is made from black magnesium alloy, and it has subtle design throughout – there’s a metallic logo and hinges, but that’s it in terms of visual flourishes. It’s an unfussy corporate notebook.
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