What you need to know
- Dynabook announced the E10-S laptop for education today.
- The laptop features reinforced hinges and rubber bumpers for durability.
- The Dynabook E10-S will launch in the second quarter of 2021 with a starting price of $290.
Dynabook announced the E10-S laptop for education today. The laptop features rubber bumpers and reinforced hinges to help it withstand the normal wear and tear of student life. It can also withstand drops of up to 30 inches and has a spill-resistant keyboard. The Dynabook E10-S starts at $290 and will be available in the second quarter of 2021.
The Dynabook E10-S is a relatively light laptop at 2.5 lbs (1.15 kg). It has an 11.6-inch screen that can lay flat at 180 degrees. Inside, the laptop runs on an Intel Celeron N4020 processor and Intel UHD graphics. Based on its specs and design, it could compete to be one of the best rugged laptops for students.
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro Education|
|Processor||Intel Celeron N4020 Processor, 4M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz|
|Graphics||Intel UHD Graphics 600|
|Memory||4 GB DDR4 memory|
|Display||11.6" HD anti-glare display (1366 x 768)|
|Storage||128 GB eMMC|
|Communications||Gigabit Ethernet LAN, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth|
|Audio||Dual-microphones, Stereo speakers|
|Ports||HDMI, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports (one supporting USB Sleep & Charge), USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 port (supporting power, data, display), RJ-45 Ethernet LAN port, microphone / headphone combo port, microSD|
|Security||Trusted Platform Module (fTPM) 2.0, Lock slot|
|Dimensions||283.8 x 197.5 x 19.9 mm (11.2 x 7.78 x 0.78 in)|
|Weight||Starting at 1.10 kg (2.43 lbs)|
The Dynabook E10-S has plenty of ports as well, including HDMI, Ethernet, and several USB ports.
"The Dynabook E10 is the perfect addition to our portfolio of education-focused laptops and at 11.6-inches it is ideal for the ever-evolving needs of modern learning, and it offers affordability without compromising the Windows 10 experience," said Philip Osaka, vice president, marketing and engineering, at Dynabook.
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