Ultrabooks are the PC’s answer to the Macbook. In order to be classified as an Ultrabook, Intel forces manufacturers to adhere to a set of strict quality guidelines, including certain screen sizes, resolutions, and software.
Well, it looks like Fujitsu will go above and beyond the resolution requirements for its next Ultrabook. Fujitsu is releasing an Ultrabook with an astonishing 3200×1800 resolution display.
Amazingly enough, the screen itself is only 14 inches wide diagonally. But with 2.7x full HD resolution, you can expect every inch of that screen to look absolutely beautiful.
Even more amazing is the fact that the Ultrabook will last for 11 hours and it will also be the world’s thinnest laptop with a hard disk drive (slim laptops like the MacBook Air use smaller SSDs). The laptop will be 15.5mm at its thickest point.
The laptop comes with the catchy name “Lifebook UH90/L”
The estimated price of the laptop is $1,900, which is still less than higher end MacBooks. I think I’ll cruise into Best Buy to give this crazy laptop a try when it comes out on June 28, 2013.