Today we have two laptops from Dynabook, which were previously sold under the Toshiba brand, but ever since the Sharp takeover, the brand has been exclusively known as Dynabook.
The devices that we will take a look at today don’t have the latest specs, but they still offer decent and reliable performance. Despite that though, Dynabook has put Pro in their names, for unknown reasons, as these laptops have next to no professional features.
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