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June 05, 2013

Fujitsu launches world’s thinnest high-resolution ultrabook

Fujitsu has just launched the Lifebook UH90/L – the “world’s thinnest” Haswell-powered Ultrabook featuring a high resolution touchscreen display.

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According to Fujitsu, the ‘Made in Japan’ Lifebook UH90/L is “emblematic of the slender, solid and iconic beauty of a Japanese sword.” True enough, the UH90/L could be the Ultrabook representation of the Japanese sword as it is only 15.5mm thin – the world’s thinnest to date. Not only that, the UH90/L sports a 14-inch IGZO touchscreen display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 or equal to 262ppi.

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The Lifebook UH90/L also boasts an “ultra-compressed, solid core” design which, according to Fujitsu, resembles a single strong plank and tough enough to withstand a weight of around 200kgf. Running under the hood is an Intel Haswell i5-4200U processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hybrid HDD.

The Fujitsu Lifebook UH90/L will be available starting June 28, 2013. Pricing is yet to be announced.

Update: The new Acer Aspire S7, at 12.9mm thick, dethrones the Fujitsu Lifebook UH90/L as the world’s thinnest. Thanks Berkano for the heads-up.

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5 Responses to “Fujitsu launches world’s thinnest high-resolution ultrabook”

  1. berkano says:

    Isn’t the new Acer Aspire S7 pegged at .51 inches, which would make it 12.9 mm? It was shown at WWDC right? Shouldn’t that be the thinnest?

    On a side note I am glad you guys are reporting straight at the the conference. It keeps away the trolls that keep on lambasting the some of posts around here, especially press releases…

  2. Berkano says:

    my bad, Computex pala.

  3. swiper says:

    It’s Fujitsu so yeah, I expect that this ultrabook will definitely cost a lot of “an arm and a leg”!

  4. brein says:

    isn’t dell adamo xps thinnest at 9.8mm? it is not an ultrabook though :p

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