Lenovo, the parent company of Fujitsu, has unveiled a new model of laptop called the Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/H1. This laptop is the successor to the Lifebook WU-X/G2, which was previously branded as the ‘world’s lightest laptop’. The new model weighs approximately 30g more than its predecessor and is priced at 154,800 yen (around $1,040). However, like its predecessor, it will only be available for sale in Asia.
Despite being slightly heavier than the previous model, the Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/H1 is still incredibly lightweight at just 689g. This makes it lighter than even Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which weighs 682g. Its extreme lightness is one of its main selling points and sets it apart as one of the best enterprise laptops currently on the market.
In addition to its lightweight design, the Lifebook UH-X/H1 offers impressive connectivity options and versatility. It features an Intel Core i7-1355U processor, Intel Iris X graphics, up to 32GB RAM, and up to 2TB of SSD storage. The laptop also comes with a Wi-Fi 6E compatible network card, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, and various ports for easy connectivity. It has a battery life of approximately 11 hours and can charge up to 100% in just over two hours.
While the Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/H1 offers great features and functionality, it is only available for purchase in East Asia, similar to many other Lenovo products. As a result, the news of its release has been relatively low-key compared to other laptop launches.