The new 0.61 inches-thick Fujitsu Lifebook UH90/L is by far the world’s thinnest 14-inch ultrabook. Though it’s nearly half an inch in thickness, its "ultra-compressed, solid core" design can withstand up to 200 kilogram-force. Its battery is also expected to last 11 hours. That’s impressive for a device so compact and high in quality.
The Lifebook has a touch-screen display panel with IGZO technology for a top-notch display resolution (3200x1800). The HD touchscreen laptop runs Windows 8 with a 4th Generation Intel Core processor. The specific type of Intel processor used, called Haswell, prolongs up to 50 per cent more of battery life. Extending the battery life was a necessary move on Fujitsu, in an ever so competitive market of laptops vs. tablets. The UH90/L is set to launch in Japan later this month.
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