Ultrabooks are all over the market these days. These light weighted machines are becoming popular day by day because of advance functionality, affordable prices, light weight/sleek look and most importantly higher battery backup.
All most all computer companies have launched their ultrabooks in the market. Few pioneering companies include Acer with their Acer Aspire S series followed by various models offered by Hp and Dell.
Fujitsu has also landed its foot in the market. The Japanese maker has recently offered Lifebook UH 90/L. Lifebook is Fujitsu renowned laptop brand in the market. Fujitsu claims it to be world thinnest ultrabook. However, other manufactures have been seen making similar claims with their various offerings.
Lifebook UH 90/L comes with HDD instead of SSD; therefore it is considered world thinnest ultrabook with HDD. Though Fujitsu is going to face fierce competition in this regard as its competition is offering ultrabooks with SSD. The machine is only 14” inch and it’s capable of producing image on 3200×1800 pixel resolution. The standout thing is IGZO screen displays that consumers lesser energy and stays crisp and bright longer. The amazing picture is displayed by 262 ppi pixel density.
Let’s compare it with competition; Google’s latest offering ‘Chromebook’ boasts only 238 ppi as compared to Fujitsu 262 ppi pixel density. The machine is powered with Intel’s latest generation Core i5 (fourth generation) Haswell prosessors which are latest in the market till today. Other specifications are pretty random as it comes with 4 GB RAM and 500 GB HDD storage.
Things you should look out for Fujitsu Lifebook UH 90 is latest OS Windows 8 pre-installed and touch screen support. Now this is great, a 14” inch ultrabook with touch screen? Who needs a tablet now? The price for this machine is still unknown and it’s rumored to be released on June 28,, 2013 in Japan.