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Lenovo Unveils World’s Lightest Laptop, Exclusively Available in Asia

Introducing the 868g wonder laptop: a 13.3-inch business notebook designed for a clear audience.

This world’s lightest 13.3-inch enterprise laptop is a rarity due to its exclusivity in Singapore and Japan.

Lenovo Unveils World's Lightest Laptop, Exclusively Available in Asia
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Under the Fujitsu brand, Lenovo quietly released the FMV UH-X series just four months ago. It’s hard to believe the potential in such a light package, like the 868g 4ZR1L13925 model.

While the FMV UH-X 4ZR1L13925 is the current lightest 13.3-inch laptop, it’s not the all-time record holder; that title belongs to its 2018 predecessor, the 778g FMV UH-X 4ZR0X81523.

The UH-X series, including the 888g 4ZR1L13926 and 918g 4ZR1L13927 models, features a magnesium chassis tested rigorously for durability.

The 886g model houses an Intel Core i5-1335U chip, with an upgrade option to an i7-1360P processor in heavier models. All versions have 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and Intel Iris Xe Graphics.

The FMV UH-X series impressively offers two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A 3.2 Gen1 ports, HDMI, microSD, and an Ethernet RJ-45 port, despite its weight and up to 17.3mm thickness.

The laptop boasts up to 16.5 hours of battery life and fast charging to 80% in an hour, as per Lenovo’s claims. Business features include AI noise reduction, AI camera effects, a webcam shutter, and Windows Hello-compatible fingerprint scanner.

Purchase the machine through Lazada and Shopee, ranging from $1,799 to $2,199, aligning with HP Elite Dragonfly G3 pricing.

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