Fujitsu PCs return to Singapore with the Fujitsu UH-X

Some of you might have missed Fujitsu, which apparently has been officially out of the Singapore market for 5 years – but now they’re making a return with the latest member of its ultralight consumer laptop family, the Fujitsu UH-X.

The Fujitsu UH-X (10th Gen) officially launches on 4 July 2020, online and exclusively at four Courts stores, with pre-orders starting on 27 June. Prices start at S$1,999.

Weighing at just 778g, the Fujitsu UH-X is equipped with up to an Intel Core i7 processor. It also features a full suite of ports so you don’t have to drag around a dongle everywhere you go. You’ll get HDMI, USB Type-A, USB Type-C, and even an SD card slot.

Fujitsu also touts the UH-X’s facial recognition technology supported by Windows Hello, as well as it having passed rigorous drop and pressure tests.

“FCCL PCs have gained widespread support in the consumer market. As new lifestyles such as telework and online classes take hold, the need for personal computers is rapidly increasing. I look forward to FCCL’s future sales of personal computers in Singapore.” says Hiroyasu Takeda, COO for Fujitsu Client Computing.

You can find out more about the Fujitsu UH-X here, and pre-order the laptop here.


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