4th January 2017, Neuss, Germany – Toshiba Europe GmbH today announces the addition of the 7th gen Intel® Core™ processors within its three core business ranges of laptops: Satellite Pro, Tecra and Portégé. With devices designed for businesses of all shapes, sizes and sectors, the addition of the latest 7th gen Intel® Core™ processors to these ranges will help customers from SMBs to corporate firms equip their employees with the latest technology fit for secure, efficient and mobile working.
Enhanced performance for every type of business
Refreshed models include the Portégé A30-D, Tecra A40-D, Tecra A50-D, and Tecra Z50-D. Built with premium mobile performance in mind, the Portégé A30-D is a sleek, lightweight device – weighing from just 1.5 kg – which boasts a host of connectivity ports and battery life of up to fifteen hours, meaning staff can stay productive throughout the entire working day and beyond, no matter where they’re working from.
The upgraded Tecra range is led by the Tecra Z50-D, which offers a larger 15.6ʺ screen for those looking for a high-powered desktop replacement which still encompasses the business-specific security and mobility requirements needed in today’s professional environment, including biometric fingerprint scanning and optional two-factor authentication.
Focusing on productivity the common concept of these business products is autonomic connectivity, with an extensive range of ports and slots available, ensuring users can focus on the task in hand, rather than worrying whether the right dongle has been packed.
From an SMB perspective, five devices within the Satellite Pro range have also been updated. These include the Satellite Pro A30-D, A40-D and A-50D, as well as the Satellite Pro R40-D and R-50D. Designed specifically for use in education and for small and medium businesses, the Satellite Pro range offers affordable and reliable devices, which now provide increased productivity and efficiency whether working in the classroom, office or on the move.
Mobile performance combined with security
The new 7th gen Intel® CoreTM processors will deliver enhanced performance across all ranges. Combined with Toshiba’s existing heritage and expertise in technology innovation, businesses will enjoy the full performance of Intel’s technology, including better battery life, so the benefits can be enjoyed for even longer.
All Toshiba devices also benefit from the company’s investment in its own BIOS, which provides a dual-pronged layer of security, removing the risk of third party interference in the manufacturing process which could leave a device more vulnerable to attack. Further peace of mind is provided through a number of robust security tools, ranging from Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and secure sign-in options, to fingerprint log-on.
More to come…
Toshiba will also be announcing a number of brand new business devices throughout 2017, all of which will take advantage of the latest 7th gen Intel® Core™ processors, as well as Toshiba’s own expertise in developing innovative and industry leading business solutions.
The updated devices will be available in the UK during the first quarter of 2017.
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