The world’s lightest 13.3 inch laptop does not skimp on ports

Fijutsu announced a raft of laptops yesterday, including one configuration of the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK UH 90/B1 weighing in at 913 g (2 pounds). It turns out the company also had another version of the same laptop, the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK UH 75/B1 , weighing in at only 777 g (1.7 pounds) making it the lightest 13.3 inch laptop in the world.

Fujitsu achieved this feat by halving the size of the battery cell, from  50 Wh to  25 Wh, which still delivers a solid 8.3 hours of battery life. Also removed is 128 GB of storage, with the heavier model having 256 GB and the lighter 128 GB.

The device features magnesium case with 4 layer satin-red paint with black trim and is powered by a Core i 5 – 7200 U running at 2.5 GHz and an Intel HD 620 GPU. It has a full HD 1080P 13.3 inch screen and 2 USB 3.0 and one USB-C ports, full-sized SD card slot, full-sized HDMI port, a Gigabit Ethernet port, a fingerprint scanner and even Windows Hello, and seems to be a good antidote to Apple’s dongle hell.

The laptop was specially engineered for low weight, with Fujitsu even drilling holes in some parts for weight savings, but is still designed to be robust and durable.

It also features fast charging with 50% charge in 30 min possible. See the full specs below.

 LIFEBOOK UH series specifications
UH 90 / B 1UH 75 / B 1
CPUCore i 5 – 7200 U (2.5 GHz)
GPUIntel HD Graphics 620
memoryDDR 4 – 2133 4 GB
storageSSD 256 GBSSD 128 GB
Optical drive
display13.3 type non-glossy liquid crystal
resolution1,920 × 1,080 dots
OSWindows 10 Home
Battery capacityLithium ion 50 WhLithium ion 25 Wh
Battery lifeAbout 17 hoursAbout 8.3 hours
USBUSB 3.0 x 3 (one is Type-C)
Card readerSD card slot
Video outputHDMI
Wireless communicationIEEE 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1
Wired LANGigabit Ethernet
Web camera920,000 pixels
OtherSliding fingerprint authentication sensor, voice input / output
Supplied softwareOffice Home & Business Premium Plus Office 365 Service, ATOK 2016
Body size (width × depth × height)About 309 × 212.5 × 15.5 mm
weightApproximately 913 gApproximately 777 g
Tax excl. Shop front estimate priceAbout 200,000 yenAbout 190,000  yen
Release dateFebruary 16

The laptop will retail for 190,000 yen ($1672 including tax) and should hit the Japanese market on the 16th February.

See some photos of the laptop below:

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