Fujitsu will launch an ultra-thin ultrabook this, which is based on Intel’s newest processor lineup, Haswell. The new Fujitsu UH90/L will be a new member of the Lifebook line, which offers 14.4” 3200 x 1800 IGZO display and 11-hour battery life. Measuring at only 15.5mm, the laptop is the thinnest for model with mechanical HDD.
With 262ppi, the Fujitsu UH90/L offers higher pixel density compared to the Chromebook Pixel and Retina-capable MacBook Pro. The Japanese laptop maker says that the model will arrive on June 28. The basic model will have 4GB of RAM and 500GB hybrid hard drive. The company hasn’t disclosed the pricing, but it’s estimated that the laptop will cost nearly $2000 (Approx. £1288) in Japan.
Fujitsu is joining Acer, Asus and Dell, three companies that have also unveiled laptops powered with Haswell processors. While these new chips won’t deliver significant performance boost, they do offer about 50 percent longer battery life.