World’s lightest laptop is lighter than iPad Pro without keyboard
However, the world’s lightest laptop has been surreptitiously launched by Fujitsu, but solely for the Japanese market for the time being.
As a member of the Lifebook line, the WU-X/G2 weighs only 634g (approximately 22.4 ounces, or slightly under 1.4 pounds) when not connected to a charger.
As a result, this laptop weighs less than the 682g Apple iPad Pro 12.9 tablet. With dimensions of 307 x 197 x 15.5mm, it’s not small, but that allows for a larger screen, greater connection, and, dare we say it, a better keyboard, thanks to the massive Enter key and physical buttons on the touchpad.
Depending on the model, you can choose between an Intel Core i3-1235U or i3-1255U processor and up to 32GB of dual-channel LPDDR4x memory.
In Japan, external optical drives are still commonplace, and the onboard storage varies from 256GB to 2TB.
An HD webcam with a privacy shutter sits atop a massive 13.3-inch full HD matte display.
An Intel AX201 chipset provides Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi-6 wireless connection.
Despite its size, the WU-X/G2 features a full set of ports that would put laptops that are twice as heavy to shame.
One card reader, three USB ports, a full size HDMI port, and a Gigabit Ethernet port are all included, as well as a fingerprint reader on the power button.
A laptop docking station isn’t necessary.
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