Fujitsu has unveiled 18 new computers for the business market, and several new consumer PCs as well. Among them are two lines of 13.3 inch laptops that are incredibly portable.
The Fujitsu LifeBook U937/P is a business-class laptop that weighs 799 grams, or about 1.76 pounds. And the Fujtsu LifeBook UH75/B1 is a consumer model that weighs just 777 grams, or about 1.72 pounds.
Unfortunately most of the Japanese company’s laptops, desktops, tablets, and workstations aren’t sold in the United States.
The LifeBook UH75/B1 features an Intel COre i5-7200U Kaby Lake processor, a full HD port, three USB 3.0 ports (including one with a USB Type-C connector), HDMI, Ethernet, WiF, and Bluetooth as well as a fingerprint sensor.
The laptop measures about 0.6 inches thick and has a 25 Wh battery — the price to pay for ultr-light design is a small battery. But there’s also a LifeBook UH90/B1 model with similar specs, but twice the battery capacity. That version weighs 913 grams, or about 2 pounds.
Fujitsu’s LifeBook U937/P also measures 0.6 inches thick and features a Kaby Lake processor, but this model has a magnesium alloy chassis which is part of what makes it a tad heavier.