Fujitsu Presents Ivy Bridge Equipped UH572 Ultrabook at CeBIT Exhibit
During a press event at this year’s CeBIT fair, Japanese notebook maker, Fujitsu, has introduced its 13.3-inch Lifebook UH572 Ultrabook based on Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors. The Lifebook UH572 is the company’s second Ultrabook after last year’s SH76/E based on Intel’s current Sandy Bridge processors. Like all other Ultrabooks announced so far, the UH572 is also characterized by its thin-and-light chassis, which only weighs a mere 1.6kg.
Despite its light weight, both the lid and the bottom of Fujitsu’s latest creation use a sliver metal cover that adds a touch of style to the UH572 Ultrabook.
Moving past the looks, Fujitsu’s ultra-thin is powered by Intel’s dual-core 1.7GHz (2.2GHz max Turbo Boost speed) processor based on the 22nm Ivy Bridge architecture. This is paired with 4GB of system memory.
The rest of the system configuration includes an SSD or a hybrid drive, USB 3.0 support, as well as an HDMI port for connecting to an external display or HDTV.
Sadly, no details regarding the price or the availability of the Fujitsu Ultrabook have been provided by its maker. However, the Lifebook UH572 should make its appearance at the earliest in Q2 of 2012, after Intel released its Ivy Bridge processors in April.