Fujitsu claims it has created the world’s lightest laptop. The mobile PC Fujitsu Lifebook U-X/G2 only weighs 634 grams. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is 682 grams.
This laptop comes with an Intel Core processor of the 12th generation (Core Core i5-1235U, Core i7-1255U), and up to 32GB RAM. Dual channel LPDDR4X-466 memory is supported by this laptop. An optional SSD of 256 GB is the minimum and a maximum of 2 TB is possible. An external optical drive can also be purchased.
The device features a 13.3-inch LCD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, and a high-definition webcam equipped with privacy shutter. Dimensions are 307.x197x15.5mm. The battery’s capacity is 25 Wh and the operating time of the battery without charging is 11 hours.
Fujitsu LifebookWU-X/G2 features two USB3.2 (Gen2) Type C interfaces (supports Thunderbolt 4), and one USB3.2(Gen1) Type A, RJ45 network ports, HDMI port, RJ45 Ethernet port, RJ45 cable port, RJ45 connector, RJ45 network port (supports Thunderbolt 4), and a slot to hold SD memory cards.
The laptop was equipped with Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi 6 modules. It also had a power button that has a fingerprint scanner. Carbon fiber is used to make the body, which accounts for its small weight.
The Core i5 base model with 8/256 GB memory and Core i5 core costs $1,370. The older version is $1,675. Only available in Japan, the laptop comes with a 3-year warranty.