Japanese vendor Fujitsu has shown no urgency whatsoever in joining the ultrabook fray. In fact, it remained mum on its ultrabook plans until it published its product roadmap for 2012 last month. The roadmap lists two ultrabook models, both scheduled for May. We now have a few details about one of its upcoming ultrabooks.
The company used its opening press conference at CeBIT 2012 in Hanover, Germany to tease those in attendance with a dummy of one of its upcoming ultrabooks. Called the Lifebook Premium at this point, the said ultrabook is aimed at enterprise users.
This enterprise-centric ultra-thin and-light laptop weighs just 3.3 lbs and is 16mm thick. Further, the device sports a 14-inch edge-to-edge display. The top bezel has enough room for a webcam, though. If the dummy unit displayed by Fujitsu is anything to go by, the Lifebook Premium will have a couple of USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, an Ethernet connector, SD card slot, HDMI, one headphone jack and a Kensington Security Slot. It’s also known to have a 4G LTE modem besides run-of-the-mill connectivity options like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
ultrabook will have an Ivy Bridge processor
, the exact specs are not known as yet. Fujitsu is expected to divulge more details on Tuesday.
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