Japanese engineering is second to none, most of the time. I own a 2020 Suzuki IGNIS and it is as refined and long-lasting as they come. Similarly, when Fujitsu sent over its “made-in-Japan” laptop, I was intrigued and excited, to say the least. The unit is a 2-in-1 convertible laptop featuring a touch-screen and a 360-degree hinge.
With its great build quality, built-in touch screen, high performance, and a slew of other features, Fujitsu intends to offer its laptop to consumers worldwide.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible is a gadget that, after using it, I have to acknowledge that it checks off all the necessary boxes. Some limitations, however, become obvious when using this otherwise all-arounder computer for a prolonged period of time, as follows: Here’s all you need to know about the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible laptop, including specifications and features.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop has the following specifications:
- Processor: Intel Core i7-1165G7 4-core/8-thread processor with a 2.80GHz base clock, 12MB Intel Smart Cache, and a variable thermal design power of 28W.
- Intel Iris Xe graphics processor is integrated into the motherboard.
- RAM: 16 GB of LPDDR4X memory (2133MHz)
- 1 TB NVMe SSD for storage
- Display: A 13.3-inch 1080p Anti-Glare touchscreen display with 400 nits of brightness is included on this model.
- 997g in weight
- Windows 10 Home is the operating system.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible is a capable all-around computer. It is equipped with a very powerful Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU, which has four cores and eight threads. It is based on Intel’s most recent 10nm technology and has more transistors than the previous generation of processors.
As a result, you’ll notice this upgrade when you first power up your computer, when you close or open various applications, browser tabs, and so on. Even when you have a number of tabs and windows open at the same time, the laptop does not seem slow at all.
Several benchmarks were run on this laptop in order to obtain a more in-depth look at the performance of the Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor installed in it.
The results of these tests were then compared with those of other comparable laptops to provide a more complete picture. Using the Cinebench R20 benchmark, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 achieved a score of 1773, which is among the highest possible for this specific Intel processor.
The score is quite similar to that of the ASUS Expertbook B9400, which also utilises the same processor.
It’s possible that the disparity in scores is related to certain thermal difficulties. The Magnesium Alloy chassis of the UH-X 2-in-1 is excellent in terms of build quality, which I’ll discuss more in the article, but it does not appear to give excellent cooling performance, as I’ll discuss later in the post.
Remember that the temperature remains steady under normal conditions, but during the benchmarking process, it soared to greater over 95°C on numerous occasions and reached about 100°C in a few of tests.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop, to its credit, is completely quiet when in use. There are two vents on the laptop, one at the far end of the keyboard and another beneath the laptop itself.
In the Cinebench R23 single-core test, the Intel Core i7-1165G7 achieved one of the highest possible scores, placing it among the top performers. The testing software also revealed that the same Intel Chip is responsible for occupying the top four positions in this area as well.
According to the Intel Core i7-Cinebench 1165G7’s R23 multi-core result, the processor’s multi-core performance appears to be mediocre. However, when it came to ordinary chores, the UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop performed admirably.
In order to edit photos, I use Vectr, and my laptop ran the programme without any issues. I’d also want to mention the responsiveness of the built-in touch screen of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop, which I found to be really impressive.
This specific Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 model comes with a 1TB NVMe SSD, which appears to be a respectable amount of storage. A 35GB file was transferred from my smartphone to the laptop, and the entire procedure took 20 minutes to finish.
With the inbuilt Iris Xe graphics chip, you may play light games with little difficulty. I ran Shadow of the Tomb Raider on my laptop with the lowest available graphics settings, and the laptop achieved an average frame rate of 33 frames per second.
In order to evaluate the laptop’s overall performance in common office operations such as document editing, video conferencing, and so on, I utilised PC Mark 10. The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 had a score of 4646, which is rather good. Interestingly, the Intel Core i7-1165G7 scored only a few points better than the Intel Core i5-1135G7 that was used to power an HP Pavilion Laptop 13.
The results of the tests assisted me in forming a general impression of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop. Its primary goal appears to be to provide the best possible performance in day-to-day work while maintaining a strong emphasis on efficiency.
In order to corroborate my idea, I ran a battery test on the laptop with the focus on Microsoft Office, which I believe will be the primary application for which this laptop would be utilised. For the sake of comparison, the laptop has a 50Wh battery.
According to the results of an overnight battery test, my hunch was validated, with the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 having an impressive battery life of 9 hours 58 minutes.
Using a fully charged laptop with a 100 percent battery charge, I began the benchmark, and the test finished automatically when the battery charge hit 5 percent.
As a result, the laptop’s idle battery life would be increased even further. Despite this, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible has a continuous battery backup of about 10 hours, allowing it to do your usual duties with ease. Both a regular charging connector and a USB Type C port are included on the laptop.
It takes around 1.5 hours to fully recharge from a 16 percent charge. You may also reverse charge your Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop with your smartphone if you need to in an emergency situation.
When the laptop is kept inactive, the battery % decreases slowly but steadily. According to my laptop, my battery is at 18 percent capacity and can continue to operate for another 1hr and 21 minutes at current moment.
I’m basically working with Google Docs and listening to music while I’m here. It is possible that your results will be different if you opt to watch a video on YouTube or stream a movie while using the laptop at the same level of charge.
Among the many features of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop is its 13.3-inch 60Hz FHD IPS Anti-Glare display. The laptop display, according to Fujitsu, has a maximum brightness of 400 nits. The maximum brightness of the laptop, according to our testing, was somewhere around 350 nits.
The most of the time, I kept the laptop’s screen brightness at about 75% of its maximum. The screen is legible under high studio lights, and while I did not test this laptop outside in the sun, I believe that with a good anti-glare panel, you would not have any difficulty working outside as long as you are not sitting directly under the sun for lengthy periods of time.
There are a lot of things to enjoy about the 13.3-inch display. For starters, it is quite difficult to detect fingerprints on it. It features a matte texture, which makes utilising the touch screen on it a smooth and enjoyable experience as well.
Even though I am not a huge fan of 2-in-1 hybrid laptops in general, this mix of touch screen and matte display made me want to utilise the touch screen more frequently. Other testing revealed that the laptop’s screen covers 100 percent of the sRGB colour space, 73.8 percent of the Adobe RGB colour space, and 73.4 percent of the DCI-P3 colour space.
Additionally, during the ColorChecker examination, the Average DeltaE was found to be 3.6 and the Maximum DeltaE was found to be 9.6, respectively. This indicates that the screen’s colour accuracy is not very good.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 is equipped with a 360-degree hinge, which allows you to use the laptop in any position you like, including upside down, as a drawing tablet, in portrait mode, and in any other way you desire.
The screen on the laptop provides good viewing angles, which makes it a pleasure to use for content consumption. When you need to scroll down a page or close a tab, the touch screen is responsive enough that you are encouraged to extend your arm and reach for it.
keyboard, trackpad, input/output (I/O), speakers and camera from Fujitsu UH-X
According to Fujitsu, the physical aspects of their laptop, such as the keyboard, trackpad, and I/O, have been thoroughly created by the company’s engineers.
It is also accurate to a certain extent in this case. The concave-shaped keys on the UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop feature a 19mm key pitch and a 1.5mm stroke length, and they are located on the right side of the notebook. In other words, the keys have a nice click when pressed and are naturally positioned to provide a good typing experience.
The placement of the arrow keys on the keyboard is the only thing that bothers me about it. The four of them are located near to PageUp and PageDown buttons and occasionally, while editing a doc, I wind myself navigating to the end of the page when I only want to browse to the next line.
The trackpad is equipped with separate left and right-click keys, which is a major plus in my opinion. The trackpad, on the other hand, is a little smaller in overall size.
During the most of my time with the UH-X 2-in-1, I did not require the usage of an additional mouse. Even during the morning rush, when I had to resize and edit many photographs while also switching between various pages, the trackpad proved to be enough.
The sheer number of I/O ports offered on the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop is mind-boggling when it comes to connectivity. There is an ethernet port, a microSD card slot, two USB type A and two USB type C connectors, one HDMI port, and a 3.5mm socket on the back of the device.
FUJITSU did an excellent job with the I/O positioning, and I strongly doubt that you’ll need to use an additional USB dock with the laptop on a regular basis.
In terms of sound quality, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1’s speakers are only passable. You can sense some vibrations on the palm rest area, which might become bothersome after 20 minutes of listening to a playlist. They aren’t loud, but you can feel them.
However, I recommend that you use good quality headphones with the Fijitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop, regardless of the model.
A 2MP front camera with the Windows Hello function, as well as a 5MP back camera, are included with the laptop, which, according to Fujitsu, makes media sharing simple because all of your photographs are stored on an one device.
When you fold the screen all the way backwards, the “rear camera” is located just above the function buttons and may be used to take photos and videos.
According to my observations, the front-facing 2MP camera is a breath of new air. It is excellent for video conferencing, and the built-in microphone performs admirably. If you compare it to webcams on laptops that have a smaller camera lens, the image captured by the 2MP lens appears crisp and considerably less grainy.
I also experimented with the rear-facing 5MP camera. It performs as expected, but I was unable to identify a specific use for it. My natural instinct was to use my smartphone to take notes when I needed to. The rear camera, on the other hand, performs as expected, the quality is acceptable for a 5MP lens, and it does not lag or stutter.
Built to a high standard, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 has an excellent build quality. The chassis of the laptop is built of Magnesium Alloy and does not flex in any way at all. A particularly gripping coating has been applied to the deck area, which enhances the entire typing experience. In addition to the lid, the same gripping coating is found on the rest of the laptop’s body and on its other components.
As a result of this, as well as its ultra-lightweight of 997g, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 is both easy to hold and extremely portable. The laptop also features extra protection in the form of elastic resin on all four corners, which serves as an additional layer of defence.
I found it to be quite beneficial because I am a clumsy individual who frequently drops or scratches my electronic gadgets.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop has a distinctive design that distinguishes it from other laptops in its class. It is extremely stealthy, with an all-black matte finish on its whole body, is as thin as other laptops in its market, but feels far more solid than those other computers.
According to the manufacturer’s specifications, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 can withstand single point pressures of 35kgf and entire surface pressures of 200kgf. Official claims state that the laptop can also withstand a drop from 76 centimetres (26 inches). I have not personally tested these claims, but based on the overall build quality, I believe Fujitsu is correct in their assertion.
The laptop’s 360-degree hinge is quite tight, and it requires two hands to open its lid, which is something I would like to bring out as an additional point. A sturdy and tight hinge appears to be required because Fujitsu anticipates that the UH-X 2-in-1 laptop will be used in several different modes over the course of its lifetime.
Powered by an Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor with 16GB LPDDR4X RAM and a 1TB solid state drive, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop is available for purchase at a cost of $107,990.
When comparing the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 to the competitors, the build quality and overall features of the Fujitsu stand out as superior. However, there are certain limitations to what the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 can achieve, which we will discuss below.
But I don’t think buyers in this category would be bothered by these quirks because they are getting a no-frills laptop that does exactly what it is supposed to do exceptionally well.
This 2-in-1 convertible laptop from Fujitsu offers excellent battery life as well as a comprehensive range of I/O ports and a durable build quality, making it a fantastic choice for business professionals. Sure, it is not an editing powerhouse with an ultra-powerful CPU, but it is a business laptop that will serve you well for many years and provide you with a good return on your investment.
Other options in this price range include the Dell Inspiron 13, which is equipped with an Intel Core i7-11370H processor and an Nvidia Geforce MX450 graphics card. Also worth considering is the ASUS Expertbook B940, which is powered by the Intel Evo platform and can be a viable alternative.