- Dynabook, the company that was formerly known as Toshiba, is also eager to jump on the Windows 11 bandwagon.
- The manufacturer will start shipping laptops with the new OS pre-installed, as soon as it is available for enterprises.
- Also, officials state that all of their existing orders will be eligible for free upgrades to Windows 11 when the time comes.
- Buyers can customize everything on their future device, including processor, memory, screen, security options, and storage.
Dynabook Americas, Inc., the company formerly known as Toshiba PC Company, announced that they are planning to start shipping laptops with Windows 11 pre-installed, in the fourth quarter of 2021.
It eas expected, as all the laptop/PC manufacturing companies will rally behind the new operating system and start selling products that already have it installed.
The new line of Dynabook laptops comes with Windows 11
The company’s current line of laptops includes models such as the Portégé, Tecra, Satellite Pro & Dynabook E series.
For the moment, any laptops currently being shipped are Windows 10-based, but once Windows 11 is available for companies to ship with their products, Dynabook will be ready to quantify orders.
Also, the manufacturing giant states that all of their existing orders will be eligible for free upgrades to Windows 11.
Dynabook is excited about Windows 11 and ready to pair the new operating system with our world-class portfolio of business laptops. We are ready to assist. Whether your organization is looking to be a Windows 11 early adopter or choosing to stay with Windows 10, Dynabook will have the right laptops available.
Dynabook mentioned that users can customize the laptop’s processor, memory, storage, screen, security options, and operating system via their BTO program.
Great news for the tech-heads out there, who take a lot of pride in designing their own spec for the gadget they are planning on purchasing.
And since Windows 11 is so demanding, which means that a lot of people will need to acquire new gadgets, we bet that many more companies will follow this initiative, if they didn’t already do so.
Remember that the official release date for Microsoft’s Windows 11 has been set to the 5th of October. This means that, in less than two months, the new OS will start rolling out to eligible devices.
Another thing to keep in mind is that, when the operating system becomes available, not all the features that Insiders tested will be usable right away.
These too will come to us in stages, same as Windows 11. Not really such a bad thing, considering that many apps still need work before they can be properly used.
Would you buy a Dynabook laptop with the new operating system pre-installed? Let us know in the comments section below.