Today Fujitsu unveiled a brand new convertible ultrabook, dubbed Lifebook TH90/P and shown below. The product uses a 13.3 inch diagonal screen, that just like the famous Lenovo devices, can be rotated and folded down over the keyboard.
The product offers support for finger or digital pen input and inside the device we find an Intel Haswell processor. The ultrabook will hit the shops in Japan on February 21st. The specs are high end all the way, but frankly speaking, the price tag of $2000 is a bit too high. This device packs a 2560 x 1440 pixel IGZO screen and an Intel Core i5-4200U Haswell CPU, as well as 8 GB of RAM.
We’ve got a 500 GB hybrid hard drive and up to 12.5 hours of battery life. The computer is meant to work with a stylus and supports 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity. Fujitsu Lifebook TH90/P has an aluminum case, measures 0.76 inches in thickness and weighs around 3.5 pounds. The Fujitsu product is a 4 mode device, that can be used as a tablet, PC or in a special theater position, as well as a fourth mode that’s achieved in mid twist of the screen.