Fujitsu unveils Ivy Bridge ultrabook

By Esat Dedezade on May 11, 2012 8:25 AM
Filed under Mobility

Not quite the 'world's thinnest'.

Fujitsu's recently-revealed range of new notebooks includes the Lifebook UH75H, which the Japanese tech company claims is the world's thinnest ultrabook, measuring in at 15.6mm at its thickest point and tipping the scales at 1.34kg.

It's not quite as thin and light as the current 'world's thinnest ultrabook', the Samsung Series 9, which comes in at 12.9mm thick and 1.16kg. 

The Fujitsu Lifebook's 14in display is surrounded by a super-slim bezel, complementing the simple red and black paint job, and a 13in UH55H version is also available for those looking for a portable workhorse with an even smaller footprint.

Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

This article originally appeared at Stuff.tv

 
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