Fujitsu’s lightweight notebooks find its way to the Philippines

Meet the powerhouse devices that enkindle the company’s entrance



Fujitsu Client Computing Limited (FCCL), or Fujitsu for brevity, ushers in ultralight consumer laptops to enkindle its entrance to the Philippines.

The company aims to bring mobility and power through its iconic devices prominent for being extraordinarily lightweight. To meet the demands of today’s working professionals, Fujitsu decks out the UH-X and CH series.

Fujitsu UH-X series

Made for high levels of productivity, Fujitsu engineered the UH-X series for robust multitasking.

It sports a 13-inch FHD which makes for great visuals and handling graphic design. Moreover, the laptops are equipped with up to an Intel Core i7-122U processor with Intel Iris Xe Graphics and Windows 11 OS.

With light magnesium alloy as its main material, the Fujitsu UH-X balances strength, power, and beauty. It weighs only 878g and comes at 15.5mm thin — making it one of the lightest devices in the country. Additionally, it has a MIL-STD 810H certification (yes, it’s military standards) assuring that the device can withstand bumps and drops.

Definitely a powerhouse

Furthermore, the UH-X series features up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD of storage. It’s also equipped with a WiFi 6 antenna and a 64 Whr battery capacity.

In terms of other features and functions, it comes with a power button with a built-in fingerprint sensor. There’s a full suite of ports for full connectivity such as HDMI, USB Type-A, USB Type-C, and SD card slot, too. Even a backlit keyboard!

The Fujitsu UH-X comes with a dignified black colorway, retailing at a starting price of PhP 64,995. It will be bundled with a free Microsoft Office Home and Student and 3-year Onsite Warranty.

Fujitsu CH

Lightweight and premium sometimes go hand-in-hand, and Fujitsu delivers it with the CH series.

As an Intel EVO laptop, which is basically a badge of honor for devices that passes Intel’s strict requirements, the Fujitsu CH is already a certified device worth checking out.

It’s crafted with precision, promising the ultimate comfort with its chassis and gentle curves. It follows the Fujitsu zen philosophy, as seen in its minimalist dark silver paint.

Lightweight but packs a punch

However, the strength of this device lies not in its beauty, but in what it delivers. With a 13.3-inch Full HD OLED display, 2.5D glass, and stereo speakers from Dirac Audio, the CH series is definitely a premium entertainment experience.

Power-wise, the CH series houses an Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor and Windows 11 OS, along with Intel Iris Xe graphics. It also sports an 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD of storage, WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1 support. For ports, it comes with an audio jack, Thunderbolt 4 ports, a USB 3.2 port, and an HD camera.

Unlike the UH-X series, the CH series is equipped with a 53Whr battery capacity. Nevertheless, it still promises power that lasts throughout the day.

The Fujitsu CH series starts at PhP 54,995. It will be bundled with a free Microsoft Office Home and Student and 3-year Onsite Warranty.


Samsung, Intel are making a slidable PC

Prototype right now



When Samsung heralded the coming of the foldable phone, all eyes were unfortunately fixed on the ghastly crease stretching from end to end. Years since that moment, the crease never really disappeared. Smartphone brands did their best to reduce their impact, but it still remains a problem. Samsung, perhaps doubling back to fix the long-standing problem, has introduced a new form factor for the future: the slidable PC.

During Intel’s Innovation event, Samsung Display and Intel unveiled a prototype device showcasing a unique (but not altogether new) concept. Instead of a foldable hinge, the 13-inch display “slides” into a 17-inch display. Both companies effectively created a tablet that can turn into a laptop.

Since the prototype already works as a display, it’s easy to see how an eventual device might work. Starting off as a large tablet, the device expands and connects to an external keyboard (or another accessory).

The prototype should look familiar, too. Although Intel uses “slidable” as a term, other brands — like LG — have created similar form factors but labeled as “rollable.” Unfortunately, LG exited the smartphone business before creating a workable product for everyone.

Without other brands, it looks like Samsung and Intel are both on the hunt to bring the device to reality. At the moment, it is still a prototype. There is no timeline for a product yet. However, Intel seems resolute that foldable isn’t the future of PCs.

SEE ALSO: Samsung teases that sliding, rolling displays are coming

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Lenovo ThinkPad P16s, ThinkStation P360 now in the Philippines

Two new Think products



ThinkPad P16si
ThinkPad P16s

Lenovo continues to be in a league of its own. After making new IdeaPad and Yoga laptops available earlier this month, Lenovo has introduced two new products in their Think lineup: the ThinkPad P16s Gen 1 and ThinkStation P360 Ultra.

ThinkPad P16s Gen 1

Price — starts at PhP 95,999

The powerful and high-performance ThinkPad P16s Gen 1 is powered by up to the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processors and NVIDIA T550 or Intel Iris Xe graphics.

It can support up to 48GB DDR4 memory and up to 2TB PCIe SSD Gen 4 storage, making it ideal not only for work but also gaming.

The display is 16-inch, 400 nits (2560 x 1600) screen. It has Intel WiFi 6E and Intel Thunderbolt 4, with a suite of ports and slots for seamless and high-speed connectivity.

While reliable and durable, the laptop also comes in a lightweight and slim design, weighing just 1.7 kilograms and with a thickness of 20.5mm for portable use.

ThinkStation P360 Ultra

ThinkStation P360 Ultra

ThinkStation P360 Ultra

Price — starts at PhP 114,799

On the other hand, the small but powerful ThinkStation P360 Ultra is boosted by up to a 12th Gen Intel Core i9 12900 vPro processor for a maximum power of up to 5GHz, and advanced graphics options such as the NVIDIA RTX A5000.

Half the size of traditional small form factor desktop workstations, the machine supports a wide range of tasks for professionals and even creatives, making it one of its kind for its size.

It has up to 64GB of DDR5 memory and up to 1TB of SSD PCIe Gen4 storage. The ThinkStation P360 Ultra also has seven (7) USB ports, including 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports.

Dual onboard ethernet and WiFi 6E options ensure access to superfast networking connectivity. Pair it with wireless keyboards, mice, and monitors, and you’ll be able to take productivity to a whole new level.

The release of these Think devices follows Lenovo’s release of three new Yoga laptops — the Yoga 9i, Slim 7i Pro X, and Slim 7i Carbon — and three new IdeaPads — Slim 3 and 3i, Slim 5i, and 5 Pro earlier this month.


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New HP Spectre, Envy laptops unveiled: Pricing, specs

A creative’s sidekick



The newest lineup of HP Spectre and Envy laptops have finally been released in the Philippines, offering a great sidekick for professional creators.

They are the 13.5-inch Spectre x360 Laptop 14 and 13.3-inch Envy x360 Laptop 13, which come with up to the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processors and Intel Evo. The laptops are also equipped with up to 16GB of DDR4 memory and up to 2TB of PCIe 4 storage.

When it comes to display, the devices have up to 4K OLED displays which have a 120Hz refresh rate, supported by Intel Iris Xe graphics.

Speaking of which, the 2-in-1 touch display laptops support multi-gestures, such as pinch-to-zoom, double tap, and press and hold, and have a variety of screen sizes, from the 3:2 to the 16:10 aspect ratio to fit the content nicely.

Your next meeting also gets a level up, as the the laptops come with these premium features:

  • 5MP camera
  • HP AutoFrame and Dynamic Voice Leveling
  • Backlight Adjustment and Appearance Filter
  • Bi-directional microphones with AI noise cancellation
  • Quad speakers

HP Spectre


Check the list below for a quick glance of the corresponding prices of both the new HP Spectre and Envy laptops.


  • ef0038TU (Core i5, 8GB+512GB): PhP 87,990
  • ef0039TU (Core i7, 16GB+512GB): PhP 96,990
  • ef0042TU (Core i7, 16GB+1TB): PhP 102,990
  • ef0043TU (Core i7, 16GB+2TB): PhP 115,990


  • bf0045TU (Core i5, 15GB+512GB): PhP 69,990
  • bf0046TU (Core i7, 16GB+512GB): PhP 77,990
  • bf0047TU (Core i7, 16GB+1TB): PhP 82,990
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