You can now get Fujitsu notebooks again and marking this comeback is a remarkably light notebook called the UH-X. Made out of magnesium-lithium alloy, Fujitsu says the UH-X weighs just 778g. Remarkably, that's even less than the Surface Pro 7, which doesn't even have a keyboard.
Japanese PC vendors are experts at the art of packing as much firepower into as small a space as possible. After all, it was the Japanese Bento box that gave IBM the inspiration for the now legendary ThinkPad. The plethora of brands of the 1990s has almost vanished though; Panasonic and Fujitsu are the only ones remaining with the likes of NEC (Lenovo), Vaio (Sony) and Toshiba (now Dynabook owned by Sharp/Foxconn).
Fujitsu also claimed to be the lightest laptop too, at 700g, it seems to be pretty light, around the weight of 3 phones. You can two USB-C ports, a full-size USB-A port, a full-size HDMI port, an SD card reader, and even a full-size Ethernet jack. Inside, it's powered by Intel's 10th generation Comet Lake processors. And two configurations will be available. You can check them out here:
1) Base model
- Intel Core i5-10210U, 8GB, 512GB SSD, $1,999
2) Upgraded model
- Intel Core i7-10510U, 16GB, 1TB SSD, $2,499
Fujitsu did not skimped on features and ports too. It has a 13.3-inch Full-HD display, a webcam that supports Windows Hello, and a rich selection of ports.
All in all, this ultrabook pushes the boundaries of what is achievable on a business laptop, let alone a convertible one, further than ever before. Fujitsu showcased what they can do of this laptop is exceptional, even more so when you appreciate its lightness which at 200-300g is about 20% less than its heaviest competitor.
It has plenty of ports, comes with international warranty (in certain regions), two cameras, a big battery, the Fujitsu pedigree, an optional privacy filter and one of the biggest battery we’ve seen in this category.
The Fujitsu UH-X will be available exclusively from Courts from 27 June 2020 and you will be able to buy them online from the Courts website now.