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Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H Specs and Details

Sober and nomadic with its battery life up to 9 hours, the new black Ultrabook Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H thin and light with 15 inch Full HD screen runs on Windows 10 Pro. Powerful in current use with its good amount of RAM and its Quad Core i5 Comet Lake processor, it sees its reactivity reinforced by its fast SSD storage. It also houses a Wi-Fi ax and USB 3.1 Type-C connection as well as a webcam with cover but no keyboard backlight system.

Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

Features Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

Screen (s) 15.6 ” Full HD LED (1920×1080, anti-reflective)
Processor Intel Core i5-10210U Comet Lake (1.6 GHz, 4 cores, TDP 15W)
RAM installed (max) 8 GB DDR4 2666 MHz (16 GB)
Graphic card Intel UHD 620 integrated into the processor
Storage 256 GB M.2 SSD (NVMe PCIe)
Connectivity 3 USB 3.0 1 USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen1), HDMI, SD / SDHC / SDXC UHS-I / MMC
Network Wi-Fi ax (2×2, Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200), Bluetooth 5.0 Gigabit Ethernet
Backlit Keyboard
Numeric keypad Yes
Windows Hello
Audio system 2 speakers
Operating system Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
Autonomy announced / Battery 9 hours / Li-Ion 4 cells
Weight / Dimensions (mm) 1.7 Kg / 361 x 244 x 19.9

Chassis, connectors, screen of the Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

Its black textured chassis gives a discreet look to this Ultrabook Dynabook (formerly Toshiba).

It runs on Windows 10 Pro, a more complete edition than Windows 10 classic with its advanced network management and security tools like BitLocker.

No biometric authentication system, however, a TPM 2.0 security chip is integrated.

To protect privacy, the webcam is equipped with a cache system.

This Ultrabook benefits from a good connection including 1 USB 3.1 Type-C, wireless Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi ax modules ( newer and more efficient than Wi-Fi ac ), a practical HDMI video output for easy connection to a TV or a monitor for example, audio and Ethernet ports as well as 3 USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible) guaranteeing transfers taking place up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 if USB 3.0 devices are connected to it .

Too bad the chiclet keyboard does not have a backlighting system for the keys, which will disappoint those who want to use their PC in the dark, for example.

Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

The screen takes advantage of an anti-reflective treatment making it more readable in a bright environment (ex: outside) than a shiny panel, which is expected for a PC that wants to be nomadic. It adopts a precise Full HD definition adapted to High Definition content and in particular to videos by its 16: 9 format. It is not IPS, however, which some will deplore.

Performance, autonomy of the Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

The Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H is a compact, responsive High Definition laptop designed for everyday mobile use.

This Ultrabook is quite easy to carry on a daily basis thanks to its finesse and lightness. In addition, according to the first autonomy tests, it can last about 9 hours on battery in light use, which will appeal to most nomads.

However, it delivers good general performance capable of satisfying many users because it is based on a Comet Lake low-consumption Quad Core i5-10210U processor and 8 GB of RAM.
To regularly carry out demanding processor work, it is better to turn to a PC based on a non-low power processor.

Since it does not carry a dedicated graphics card, this Ultrabook is not designed for heavy graphics work like games. However, it obviously allows you to view photos and videos thanks to the modest benefits of the Intel UHD 620 solution integrated into the Quad Core i5.

As for on-board SSD storage, it guarantees significantly smoother and more responsive operation on a daily basis. Thanks to the SSD, for example, you can start / stop and launch applications much faster than with a hard drive.

Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G-11H

Compared to the latter, remember that an SSD is much faster but also less energy-consuming, more impact-resistant and quieter.

However, here we find a 256 GB SSD, capacity lower than standard hard drives while being sufficient for a number of uses.

But if it turns out to be too fair, we can always use an external storage unit. Opting for a USB 3.0 device then represents an interesting solution to benefit from fast transfers.

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