Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen Intel Evo Core i5 Laptop

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen Intel Evo Core i5 Laptop

Written by Olivia, In Laptops, Updated On
November 27th, 2023

Fujitsu’s ultra-slim UH-X notebooks caught our attention. We were amazed when we heard the laptop was 878 grams—the lightest consumer notebook we’ve ever seen. The Fujitsu UH-X’s weight and practically all-encompassing I/O ports astonished us when we tested it. Is the Fujitsu UH-X laptop about compactness or a new laptop direction? Fujitsu UH-X review: all these questions answered!

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen Intel Evo Core i5 Laptop Specs

OSWindows 11 Home Basic
Dimension307 x 197 x 16  mm
Resolution1920 x 1080 Pixels
DisplayFull HD (1920×1080)
ProcessorIntel Core i5-1235U (12th Gen)
Clock Speed4.7 Ghz
Memory16 GB
Warranty2 Years

Who is Fujitsu, and how did they make the lightest laptop?

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen

Fujitsu, a Japanese corporation under FCCL (Fujitsu Client Computing Limited), makes computer equipment and IT services. The Fujitsu UH-X laptop feels small and sturdy, indicating its Japanese roots. They did that, how? The gadget is unibody, allowing additional chassis space for components. We’ll enjoy the laptop instead of worrying about the engineering since Fujitsu did it.

How lightweight is the Fujitsu UH-X? Does it compromise quality?

The Fujitsu UH-X is light at 878 grams. Despite its lightweight, the notebook feels sturdy and has no weak places. Typing hard does not flex the keyboard or frame. Despite its many side ports, the Fujitsu UH-X is well-built. We tried forcing the device, but the frame didn’t squeak. Build quality is nothing to complain about on this lightweight gadget. This laptop is light due to its magnesium-lithium alloy chassis.

The keyboard is rough, and the exterior is matte. This texture enhances the laptop’s appearance and how it feels when you type with your palms on either side of the trackpad. The device grips well and doesn’t slip on smooth surfaces thanks to four rubber bumpers on the bottom, one on each corner. The pads help those with “butterfingers” avoid dropping electronics.

The Fujitsu UH-X hinge? Is it different from the convertible?

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen

Fujitsu UH-X hinges are stable and smooth. One finger unlocks it and locks it in any screen position. When typing on a lap or desk, the notebook screen doesn’t waver. The hinge’s 180-degree opening limits the notebook’s apartment profile. The convertible model can swivel the screen 360 degrees, whereas the normal model cannot. The notebook’s hinge is great and improves build quality.

How good is the Fujitsu UH-X IGZO panel? What distinguishes it from other displays?

An exciting technology, IGZO displays try to combine greater picture quality with rich colors and efficient battery usage. We loved the Fujitsu UH-X’s 13.3-inch Full HD display! This panel has exceptional viewing angles and no color shifts at steep angles. No pixels make the text crisp and easy to read. By default, the panel balances saturation and contrast for neutral color reproduction. We retained the default colors because they worked well. The panel covers 72% of the NTSC gamut and can reach 400 nits.

Is 400 nits of peak brightness enough? What about using the Fujitsu UH-X outdoors?

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen

Technical words aside, we used the Fujitsu UH-X notebook outdoors and could read the text. Outdoor photos look pale, but we’re talking about using them in clear daylight at 5 p.m. So visibility is good, and the Fujitsu UH-X incorporates an automatic brightness sensor. However, auto-brightness sometimes activates when not needed, brightening the screen. However, it works and does not disappoint users.

The Fujitsu UH-X’s media consumption experience

Start with the screen, which has brilliant colors. Just the proper temperatures—not too saturated or overdone. Second, narrower borders enhance video immersion. The notebook has dual speakers that can rock the house. At 100% volume, sound can be muffled and distorted. Set the volume to a maximum of 90% for the optimal experience. You’ll love your favorite shows on this smartphone.

This notebook has many ports, including a 3.5-mm headphone connector for your favorite headphones. There is no need for USB-C to 3.5 mm adapters for audiophiles. Not into cable clutter? Bluetooth 5.1 lets you connect wireless headphones to the Fujitsu UH-X! Wireless audio was good, as was 3.5mm headphone output. The laptop drove our Audio Technica M20x headphones well through the 3.5mm socket.

Performance on the Fujitsu UH-X Which processor powers it?

Fujitsu UH-X 12th Gen

Our Fujitsu UH-X has an 11th-generation Intel i5-1135G7 processor and an Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics card. Consumers can also choose a Core i7 model. We have great results with the Fujitsu UH-X Core i5. Windows 10 and daily duties work smoothly on the 2.4 GHz processor. Google Docs, Slides, and others ran smoothly on the notebook. We increased performance slightly.

First, we tried Adobe Photoshop, which operated smoothly and processed images quickly throughout content-aware activities! Adobe Premiere Pro was used to edit videos next. We also tested Premiere. Premiere’s timeline scrolled well, but without a dedicated GPU, you had to adjust the preview window to half or lower resolution for best speed. The Fujitsu UH-X can do office work and certain tough duties. It can run 15-20 Chrome tabs with its 8 GB of RAM and 400 MB of GPU. Even with many tabs open, app switching is smooth, and the Fujitsu UH-X performs well.

Can it run Crysis?

We expected this, therefore we tested the laptop with Valorant and Fortnite, which were “playable”. Even though the Fujitsu UH-X isn’t designed to run AAA games, you can play several for pleasure. Valorant performed at 30–40fps on medium settings, whereas Fortnite, which eliminated HD textures and toned down graphics, ran at 40fps. These figures don’t appeal to gamers, and we just tested for the team, dream, and stream. Gaming isn’t the Fujitsu UH-X’s main focus, although it’s available. Does it run Crysis? Yes. Can it replay Crysis? Probably not.

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