This has been quite the week for new product announcements, in large part because of the Computex Taipei convention in Taiwan, but also because Intel rolled out its Haswell
refresh. Walking in line with the latter, Fujitsu
unveiled a new lineup of FMV series PCs, one of which it claims is the world's thinnest Ultrabook
The Ultrabook in question is the Lifebook UH90/L, and though it's extremely slender, that isn't the only eye-popping feature. Fujitsu squeezed a 14-inch wide format display into a standard 13-inch form factor body, but the real treat is that the panel utilizes IGZO technology to achieve an ultra-high display resolution of 3200x1800 (262 ppi). It's also a touchscreen panel, which is great for navigating Windows 8. Outside of the display, the UH90/L features a 4th Generation Intel Core i5 4200U processor and 500GB hybrid hard drive.
Also on tap from Fujitsu is the Esprimo FH78/LD, a 23-inch all-in-one desktop with an advanced 30W high power speaker system jointly developed with Pioneer and proprietary eye-tracking technology, and a new 15.6-inch Lifebook AH45/K model