Fujitsu unveils the LifeBook CH702 Ultrabook for "ultra-stylish women"
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Japanese manufacturer Fujitsu has added a new Ultrabook, dubbed CH702, to its LifeBook U Series. According to a company press release, the light and thin laptop is aimed at the female audience in the Asia Pacific region and features an elegant design with zirconia embellishments, chic colour options and a pearl-design power button.
Under the hood, the portable computer packs a Dual-Core ultra-low voltage Intel Core i5-3317U central processing unit that operates at a frequency of up to 2.6GHz. This Ivy Bridge chip offers 3MB of Level 3 cache, 17W max TDP and incorporates the Intel HD 4000 graphics controller with shared video memory.
Built around an Intel HM76 Express Chipset, the 1.45kg notebook is reportedly equipped with a 13.3-inch (300nits) widescreen display of 1366-by-768 pixels maximum supported resolution, up to 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3 RAM and hybrid storage (500GB HDD + 24GB SSD).
Fujitsu claims the CH702 model sports a built-in 720p web camera for video calls, USB 3.0 connectivity, a 3-in-1 media card reader slot, Bluetooth 4.0 and Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 802.11 a/b/g/n radios.
Apparently, the new LifeBook device is based on a Windows 8 Pro operating system, measures 17.5mm thick (0.69-in) and comes with a 45Wh, 4-cell battery that has an autonomy period of up to 7 hours 40 minutes on a single charge.