Tuesday, March 6, 2012

First ultrabook from Fujitsu with access to the LTE

                      There are signs that ultrabooks are not just a fad, and the real future of mobile computing segment. At the beginning CeBIT 2012, Fujitsu unveiled its first ultrabook with access to the LTE network.

                         The new laptop is part of the family, Lifebook, but does not yet have its trade name. The machine boasts a fine lump of a thickness of 16 mm and 14-inch edge technology made​​-to-edge. With this solution, a larger display fit the characteristic of magnesium housing 13-inch machines. The device should not weigh more than 1.4 kg.

                        Lifebook is connected to an external slim docking station that will include additional communication ports and optical drive (a solution similar to the Sony Vaio Z21). The set does not miss two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0, HDMI, SD card reader, audio jacks and an Ethernet connection.


                      Fujitsu Ultrabook will be based on the Intel platform, Ivy Bridge, which has not yet had its official premiere. The  new laptop on the shelves is to appear in around May, although representatives of the Japanese company have announced that the commercial debut of the device may be moved to the beginning of summer.

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