Dynabook has announced a new laptop based on the fabled Satellite series, a mainstay for Toshiba for many years, at CES 2021. The Satellite Pro L50 includes Intel's 10th generation mobile processor, with NVIDIA's GeForce MX250 discrete graphics, and is designed for productivity on the go. 

The Dynabook Satellite Pro L50 is based on Intel's 10th generation mobile processor and includes NVIDIA's GeForce MX250 graphics for handling more demanding tasks. It features a 15.6-inch 1080p screen with anti-glare technology and includes an integrated HD webcam at the top. The webcam itself has a privacy shutter for added security in today's online world, where privacy is a key factor for many users, including SMEs. There's a dual array microphone setup built-in, with background reduction technology.

For connectivity, the Satellite Pro L50 includes one USB Type-C, with three USB Type-A ports, an HDMI video output, Gigabit LAN Ethernet, and Wi-Fi 6 for networking. It weighs 1.85 KG, with a full-sized keyboard with a numeric keypad, and comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty.

Dynabook says pricing for the Satellite Pro L50 with the NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics will start at $900.

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  • antonkochubey - Thursday, January 14, 2021 - link

    Booooring.

    With those components it could have been released 2 years ago (i5-10520U was released back in 2019, and so was the MX250).
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  • Tams80 - Saturday, January 16, 2021 - link

    Makes me wonder why AnandTech even bother covering them. Sponsorship? Reply
  • Tams80 - Saturday, January 16, 2021 - link

    Ah, good to see that since separating from Toshiba that they haven't changed from offering outdated components, in a bulky and heavy chassis, at a stupidly high price for what it is. Reply
  • Santoval - Monday, January 18, 2021 - link

    A "new" laptop with a CPU (Core i7-10510U) that was released in 2019 (but based on Skylake, which was released in 2015) for CES *2021*, starting from a whopping $900 and on top of that no AMD option? Seriously? Dynabook appear to carry on the Toshiba playbook faithfully... Reply
  • Santoval - Monday, January 18, 2021 - link

    p.s. Intel have since released Ice Lake *and* Tiger Lake for laptops but Dynabook think it is a good idea to skip them altogether for CES 2021 and stick with good old Comet/Skylake.. Are they targeting noob buyers exclusively? Reply
  • Pessimism - Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - link

    I suspect they are targeting the change-averse, highly conservative business market. They'd rather use proven hardware that has been out long enough to flush out things like defective silicon that requires a new stepping. Would be interesting to see how these hold up under rough use (do the hinges break on day 366 like clockwork?) and whether the thermal solution can run the processor full speed with zero throttling, all day every day. Reply
  • annamarle - Friday, April 9, 2021 - link

    yes nice laptop, but now the price of laptop increased

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