The former Toshiba PC department recently released several new laptop products, such as the T8 and T9 to be covered in this article. It features a stylish blue-and-black color scheme measuring 379 x 256.5 x 23.7 mm. Despite being the size of a mainstream 15.6-inch laptop, it’s a 16.1-inch Full HD IPS display, complemented by a Blu-ray/DVD burner, for a more immersive entertainment experience.
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In addition, the Dynabook T8 / T9 is equipped with Onkyo stereo speakers at the lower screen and supports DTS and Dynamics Wide Sound sound enhancements.
On the processor side, the machine uses the Intel quad-core Core i7-8565U, which integrates the UHD 620 core display. For storage, it’s optional 8/ 16GB DDR4-2400 memory plus 256GB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD.
Dynabook T8 / T9 has a BD XL-compatible Blu-ray drive, supports Wi-Fi 5 plus Bluetooth 5 plus Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, and provides a USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4 output, SD reader, and a 3.5mm audio interface.
It’s worth noting that the notebook has a 720p webcam with an infrared sensor that supports Windows Hello, as well as a microphone array and a full-size keyboard with a 19mm keypad (with numeric keyboard area).
For battery life, Dynabook claims that the T8/T9 laptop can work for 9 hours after the word is charged, according to JETIA 2.0’s test ingress.
Finally, the Dynabook will be available in Japan in mid-December for T8 and T9 laptops, and it is not known when it will be sold outside Japan. (T9 models are tax-free for 210,000 yen / $1920 / 13440 RMB).