Last fall Fujitsu launched its Lifebook UH75 and this time it’s the UH90 (the sequel). This 14-inch portable notebook is far lighter than that of its ancestor measuring just 15.5mm in thickness and an upgraded 3200x1800p extra dense touch screen. It includes 1.6GHz Haswell processor with a hybrid hard drive of 500GB which keeps balance between the speed and storage.
The advanced display panel on Fujitsu Lifebook utilizes the IGZO technology to achieve the amazing ultra high definition picture quality almost giving you an experience of real life with roughly 2.7 times the detail of Full HD with a pixel density of 262ppi. The touch panel has the “super glide” coating which enable users to navigate comfortably through windows 8 touch panel operation.
The use of Omni design makes the Lifebook UH90 extremely elegant even from its bottom or from the back. In addition to its ultra-compressed solid state design the UH90 Lifebook is made extra tough and strong to sustain in the extra crowded trains and buses while travelling.
Lifebook UH90 will first be available for sale in Japan on the 28th of June. Still uncertain of its release in the US but we are hoping that’s on the list as well. Released pictures on the internet really show a true iconic beauty of Japanese sword. For price updates keep visiting us.
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Source: Engadget | News Archive