New Fujitsu Ultrabooks in Ultrafuzzy Pics

Posted on 11 November 2011 By

Fujitsu Ultrab 2Fujitsu may have launched the SH771 high-end ultra-light but that doesn’t mean they aren’t going to produce an Ultrabook. How do we know? We have pics of Fujitsu Ultrabooks!

Sent to us from Mr Blurrycam himself and marked-up with equally fuzzy information, these pics are supposed to have been shown in a private event recently and were highlighted as Ultrabooks for the 2012 market.

There’s two models being shown here. One is an almost ready 13”er, the other, just a plastic prototype of an 11” Ultrabook which leads us to believe that we’re looking at a Sandy Bridge model and a slightly thinner Ivy Bridge device here.

You’ll see a USB3 port on right of the the ‘almost ready’ Fujitsu Ultrabook along with two other ports and you can make out four port labels on the left hand side. I don’t know about you but to me it looks a little chunky for an Ultrabook. The keyboard frame look very wide too.

As for the prototype, I’m reminded of the LG XNote P220.

That’s all we have folks. At least it’s a Fujitsu Ultrabook confirmed. I expect we’ll see this at CES, if it doesn’t leak again before Jan.

Fujitsu Ultrab 2

Fujitsu Ultrab 3

Fujitsu Ultrab 1

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  1. #1 by Brian on November 12, 2011 - 00:10

    The third picture looks like a clay model :)

  2. #2 by Dan on November 12, 2011 - 00:29

    Digitimes reports the same thing:

    ” Lifebook SH771, its 13.3-inch ultrabook with a weight of 1.22kg and minimum thickness of 1.66cm, for launch in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$55,800 (US$1,860)”

    • #3 by Chippy on November 12, 2011 - 00:48

      The SH771 looks different to the device we’re seeing here.

      • #4 by Dan on November 12, 2011 - 02:25

        Good catch… I didn’t notice that.

  3. #5 by Michael on November 12, 2011 - 01:04

    We can assume its true cause every manufacturer wants to jump onto the bandwagon. Look at tablets, a few manufacturers regret not jumping as fast as Asus did. Now Asus is reaping huge sales in the Android tablet market.

  4. #6 by Nillin on November 12, 2011 - 05:27

    bottom model looks hot, super thin. Hopefully this gets Fujitsu back in the game because they havent had a good ultraportable since the P7000 days (2005).

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