Fujitsu‘s new Lifebook U772 Ultrabook biggest bragging right is its sleek form factor. At a mere 15,6 mm thick, it’s the thinnest ultrabook on the market at the moment.
It features a svelte profile and, at a mere 1,4 kgs, a portability factor that makes it perfect for business travelers.
The wafer-thin wonder also boasts excellent battery life and a zippy processor that can handle heavy-duty multimedia tasks.
With optional integrated 46/LTE, 3G, WLAN and Bluetooth capabilities, this thin computer will keep you connected and able to work from just about anywhere.
The company is also flaunting the Lifebook’s impressive security features as a main selling point. It has measures such as a dedicated fingerprint sensor and a security chip to help you make sure that all of your sensitive data remains for your eyes only.
This is truly a PC that could compete with a Macbook Air and, depending on your preferences, come out on top.