Japanese technology manufacturer Fujitsu compared the UH-X/H1 laptop with a 14-inch screen and a weight of 689 grams with the iPad Pro tablet. Portal reports IT Home Page.
We are talking about a 12.9-inch tablet iPad Pro (LTE version) with a weight of 685 grams. The company explained the low weight of the device by using light but durable materials.
The cover of the notebook is made of carbon fiber, and the bottom is made of a magnesium-lithium alloy. While creating the keyboard, a preference was made for magnesium alloy. The thickness of the novelty is up to 17.3 mm.
Sales are scheduled to start in Japan in the first half of March at a price of $1.9k (about 134k rubles at the current exchange rate).
It was previously reported to be in the Fujitsu UH-X / H1. Established 10-core processor Core i7-1355U from the American Intel with a frequency of up to 5.0 GHz. Also, the Japanese laptop received 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB NVMe solid state drive. Among the connectors, those using Fujitsu’s new products will have USB 3.1 Type-C, USB 3.0, HDMI and Gigabit LAN.
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