In pictures: Fujitsu's red Ivy Bridge ultrabook

Designed with business friendly features but includes a distinctive display.

By John Gillooly on Jul 5, 2012
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Designed with Fujitsu's distinctive infinity logo on the lid, the U772 is a great example of the second wave of ultrabooks that have been announced in the wake of Ivy Bridge.
The black internals feature a scrabble tile keyboard as well as a responsive touchpad and fingerprint reader.
On the right side of the U772 sit two USB 3 ports, a SD card reader, HDMI and a special adapter for an Ethernet dongle.
On the left side are power, USB 2, Kensington lock point and a single headphone jack.
On the underside sits the Fujitsu dock connector (just above the label). This is designed to connect to the company's port replicator solution for use in businesses. This model also features 3G support, with a SIM slot in the centre rearr.
Not only does it have 3G and the docking port, but the U772 comes with a V-Pro CPU for integration into business networks.

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