Fujitsu has released what it calls the world’s lightest laptop. Mobile PC Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/G2 weighs only 634 grams. For comparison, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro weighs 682 grams.
This laptop is equipped with a 12th generation Intel Core processor (Core i5-1235U or i7-1255U) and the RAM can be up to 32GB. This laptop supports dual channel LPDDR4X-4266 memory. The minimum optional SSD is 256 GB and the maximum is 2 TB. You can also purchase an external optical drive.
The device is equipped with a 13.3-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, a high-definition webcam with a privacy shutter. Dimensions are 307 x 197 x 15.5 mm. The battery capacity is only 25 Wh, and the official operating time without recharging reaches 11 hours.
Fujitsu Lifebook WU-X/G2 has two USB3.2 (Gen2) Type-C interfaces (supports Thunderbolt 4), one USB3.2 (Gen1) Type-A, RJ45 network port, HDMI port, 3.5mm headphone jack and a slot for SD memory cards.
The laptop received Bluetooth 5.1, WiFi 6 modules, a power button with a built-in fingerprint scanner. The body is made of carbon fiber, which explains such a small mass.
The base version with Core i5 and 8/256 GB of memory costs $1,370, while the older version is priced at $1,675. The laptop is only available in Japan, buyers receive a three-year warranty.