Lenovo, the parent company of Fujitsu, has unveiled a new laptop model called the Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/H1. This laptop is the successor to the previous model, Lifebook WU-X/G2, and is being hailed as the world’s lightest laptop currently available for sale. Priced at 154,800 yen (approximately $1,040), the Lifebook WU-X/H1 weighs only 30g more than its predecessor. The previous model, weighing just 634g, was even lighter than Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Despite its lightweight design, the Lifebook WU-X/H1 offers impressive features and connectivity options, making it a popular choice among enterprise users. It is equipped with an Intel Core i7-1355U processor, Intel Iris X graphics, up to 32GB RAM, and up to 2TB of SSD storage. The 14-inch device also boasts Wi-Fi 6E compatibility, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, and a variety of ports. The laptop has a battery life of approximately 11 hours and charges to 100% in just over two hours.
However, one limitation of the Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/H1 is its availability. Like many other Lenovo products, it is currently only sold in Asia, limiting its accessibility to customers in other regions. Despite this restriction, the laptop is receiving positive reviews for its versatility and performance, making it a reliable choice for professionals and hybrid workers.