Fujitsu launches a new line including the Lifebook UH90/L ultrabook
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Fujitsu is taking advantage of the new Intel processors to release a new series of products. With the Lifebook UH90/L, the Japanese company is offering us a premium device and a new contender for the title of the world's thinnest ultrabook.
The new ultrabook features one of Sharp's 14-inch 3200 x 1800 IGZO ultra-high definition displays, a new Haswell Intel Core i5-4200U processor, and a 500 GB hybrid HDD. This very sleek device measures just 15.5 mm (0.59”) at its thickest point but is reportedly built to be very solid and can sustain pressures of 200 kgf.
In addition to the Lifebook, Fujitsu has also announced the release of the Esprimo FH78/LD all-in-one desktop PC, and updates to their AH line of notebooks.
The Esprimo FH78/LD will feature a 23-inch HD display, a 30 W Pioneer speaker system including a 10 W subwoofer, and a 3 TB HD. The AIO PC will also offer eye tracking technology which allows for handsfree scrolling in IE10.
The updated AH notebooks will include the AH45/K and the AH42/K models. The AH45/K will have about 1.5 hours more battery life than the previous version, while the AH42/K will be upgraded to an Intel Pentium 2020M processor.
Further specifications and pricing for these new devices have not yet been released. The new Fujitsu computers will be available in Japan only from June 7th.