Dynabook PCs to come with 30 days of ExpressVPN for free

Dynabook x50 F laptop
Dynabook x50 F laptop (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Dynabook and ExpressVPN announced a new partnership today.
  • Going forward, Dynabook PCs will come with ExpressVPN preinstalled.
  • People will also receive a free 30-day trial of ExpressVPN when they buy a Dynabook.

ExpressVPN and Dynabook (formerly Toshiba Client Solutions) announced a new partnership today. As part of the partnership, ExpressVPN will come preinstalled on all Dynabook PCs. Additionally, people who purchase a Dynabook PC will receive a free 30-day trial of ExpressVPN. The Satellite Pro L50 will be the first Dynabook PC to come with ExpressVPN preinstalled.

ExpressVPN is a popular VPN service due to its strong encryption and large number of servers spread throughout the globe. The company has servers in 94 countries, giving people a wide range to choose from.

The partnership between ExpressVPN and Dynabook is the first time that Dynabook worked together with a VPN provider. ExpressVPN recently announced a similar partnership with HP.

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While many use VPNs to make their PCs appear as if they were in another country, they are also a valuable security asset. The president of Dynabook EMEA, Damian Jaume, states that "VPNs have become an indispensable tool for internet privacy and security, so we're excited to bring a safer experience to our users right out of the box through this partnership."

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2. Protecting your online security and strengthening your online privacy when abroad.

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Sean Endicott
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