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Laptop Fujtsu LifeBook UH75/B1 is recognized as the world’s lightest

LG recently boasted that its updated laptops Gram weigh less than 1 kilogram, and it was very cool until the Fujtsu with its new LifeBook UH75/B1. This mobile PC weighs less, while maintaining quite sane toppings and applies it to business class, which implies the presence of certain components.

Fujtsu LifeBook UH75/B1 weighs only 777 grams, at buyer Windows 10 Pro, three USB 3.0 ports, one USB, HDMI output, network card and even a fingerprint scanner for information protection. The laptop is powered by a battery with a capacity of 25 W/h in the database, but it can be replaced with 50 W/h, although in this case the weight will increase to 913 grams, that is also very, very little.

Thin and light, laptop Fujtsu LifeBook UH75/B1 runs on Intel Core i5-7200U generation Kaby Lake, and its screen with a diagonal of 13.3 inches anti-glare display supports a resolution of Full HD or 1920×1080 pixels. Modules Wi-Fi 802.11 AC and Bluetooth 4 are part of it by default, while support for cellular networks LTE is optional. All the hardware here Packed in a magnesium alloy body with a thickness of not more than 15 millimetres. The cost of a Fujtsu LifeBook UH75/B1 is not currently announced, but, given the built-in dactiloscopy and belonging to the business segment on the availability of the hope not.

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