Lenovo has quietly launched what could be the world’s lightest 13.3-inch enterprise laptops under its Fujitsu brand. However, the new FMV UH-X series is only available in Singapore and Japan, making the impressively portable notebooks challenging to acquire for worldwide customers.
Weighing at just 868g for the base 4ZR1L13925 model, the FMV UH-X lineup sets a new benchmark for lightweight 13.3″ laptops. While not the overall lightest laptop ever (a previous 778g Fujitsu model holds that record), the UH-X series still manages to pack a shocking amount of power and functionality into its feathery magnesium chassis.
The portfolio includes two other variations – the 888g 4ZR1L13926 and 918g 4ZR1L13927. All models boast MIL-STD durability credentials, up to an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, Iris Xe graphics, and a generous selection of full-sized ports like Thunderbolt 4, USB-A, HDMI, Ethernet, and microSD.
Lenovo claims over 16 hours of battery life for the UH-X series and rapid 80% charging in just 60 minutes. AI-powered noise reduction and camera enhancements cater to remote work and video calls. And business-centric traits like a fingerprint reader, webcam shutter, and optional vPro manageability provide enterprise-grade security and functionality.
With pricing starting around USD 1799, the UH-X series delivers outstanding value and performance in an ultralight envelope. But global customers outside of Singapore and Japan currently cannot purchase these elite business notebooks. Here’s hoping Lenovo expands availability to other regions soon.