Japanese engineering is, for the most part, unmatched in terms of lightweight and versatility. My 2020 Suzuki IGNIS is as polished and durable as they come.
Likewise, when Fujitsu shipped over its “made-in-Japan” laptop, I was interested and delighted. The device is a convertible 2-in-1 laptop with a touch screen and a 360-degree hinge.
Fujitsu plans to provide its laptop to consumers worldwide with its excellent build quality, integrated touch screen, high performance, and a plethora of other features. After testing the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible, I have to admit that it ticks off all the essential criteria.
However, certain restrictions become apparent while using an otherwise all-purpose computer for an extended length of time, as follows: The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible laptop is described in detail below, along with its characteristics and features.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop is equipped with the following features:
- CPU: Intel Core i7-1165G7 quad-core/8-thread processor with a basic clock speed of 2.80GHz, a 12MB Intel Smart Cache, and a variable thermal design power of 28W.
- The motherboard incorporates an Intel Iris Xe graphics processor.
- RAM: 16 GB LPDDR4X (2133MHz)
- Storage: 1 TB NVMe SSD
- This model includes a 13.3-inch 1080p Anti-Glare touchscreen display with 400 nits of brightness.
- Weight: 997g
- The operating system is Windows 10 Home.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible Computer is a powerful all-purpose machine. It is powered by an Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU with four cores and eight threads.
It is built on Intel’s latest 10nm manufacturing technology and has more transistors than the previous generation of CPUs.
As a result, you’ll notice this upgrade when you turn on your computer for the first time, when you quit or open various apps, browser tabs, and so forth. Even when many tabs and windows are open at the same time, the laptop does not appear to be sluggish at all.
Several benchmarks were done on this laptop to gain a more detailed understanding of the performance of the Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU placed in it. To offer a more full view, the results of these tests were compared to those of other comparable laptops. The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 obtained a score of 1773 on the Cinebench R20 benchmark, which is among the
achievable for this specific Intel CPU. The score is quite comparable to the ASUS Expertbook B9400, which also features the same CPU.
It is probable that the score discrepancy is due to specific thermal challenges. The UH-X 2-in-1’s Magnesium Alloy chassis is good in terms of build quality, which I will explore more in the article, but it does not appear to provide excellent cooling performance, which I will address later in the post.
Keep in mind that while the temperature remains constant under normal settings, it skyrocketed to higher than 95C on multiple occasions and reached about 100C in a few tests during the benchmarking process.
To its credit, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop is absolutely silent when in use. On the laptop, there are two vents: one at the far end of the keyboard and another beneath the laptop.
The Intel Core i7-1165G7 received one of the highest possible scores in the Cinebench R23 single-core test, ranking it among the best performers. Additionally, the testing programme indicated that the same Intel Chip is responsible for the top four ranks in this category.
According to the R23 multi-core score for the Intel Core i7-Cinebench 1165G7, the processor’s multi-core performance looks to be average. However, the UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop performed brilliantly when it came to everyday tasks.
I use Vectr to edit images, and the application operated well on my laptop. I’d also want to emphasise the responsiveness of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop’s integrated touch screen, which I thought to be rather excellent.
This particular Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 model includes a 1TB NVMe SSD, which looks to be a sufficient amount of storage. I uploaded a 35GB file from my smartphone to my laptop, and the entire process took around 20 minutes.
With the integrated Iris Xe graphics chip, you can easily play light games. I tried Shadow of the Tomb Raider on my laptop with the lowest graphical settings possible, and the machine averaged 33 frames per second.
I used PC Mark 10 to determine the laptop’s overall performance in standard office tasks such as document editing, video conferencing, and so on. Fujitsu’s UH-X 2-in-1 scored 4646, which is rather excellent.
Surprisingly, the Intel Core i7-1165G7 scored just a few points more than the Intel Core i5-1135G7 found in an HP Pavilion Laptop 13.
The test findings aided me in developing a broad opinion of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop. Its fundamental objective appears to be to deliver the highest possible performance in daily job while emphasising efficiency.
To substantiate my hypothesis, I conducted a battery test on the laptop, concentrating on Microsoft Office, which I anticipate will be the principal programme for which this laptop would be used. For comparison’s sake, the laptop has a 50Wh battery.
My suspicions were confirmed by the results of an overnight battery test, with the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 boasting an exceptional battery life of 9 hours 58 minutes.
I began the benchmark using a fully charged laptop with a 100 percent battery charge, and the test ended automatically when the battery charge reached 5%.
As a result, the idle battery life of the laptop would be extended even more. Despite this, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible has a continuous battery life of around 10 hours, which enables it to perform all of your normal tasks with ease.
The laptop includes both a standard charging connector and a USB Type C port. From a 16 percent charge, it takes around 1.5 hours to fully recharge. Additionally, you may reverse charge your Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop using your smartphone in an emergency.
When the laptop is not in use, the battery percentage gradually but steadily falls. According to my laptop, my battery is at 18% capacity and can run for a further 1 hour and 21 minutes at the present.
While I’m here, I’m primarily working on Google Docs and listening to music. Your results may vary whether you choose to view a video on YouTube or stream a movie while using the laptop at the same charge level.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop’s numerous features include a 13.3-inch 60Hz FHD IPS Anti-Glare display. According to Fujitsu, the laptop display has a maximum brightness of 400 nits. According to our tests, the laptop’s maximum brightness was roughly 350 nits.
For the most part, I kept the laptop’s screen brightness at roughly 75% of its highest setting. While I did not test this laptop outside in the sun, I feel that with a good anti-glare panel, you would have no trouble working outside as long as you are not sitting directly in the sun for extended periods of time.
There are several reasons to appreciate the 13.3-inch display. To begin, fingerprints are quite tough to detect on it. It has a matte finish, which ensures a smooth and comfortable experience when using the touch screen.
While I am not a great fan of 2-in-1 hybrid laptops in general, this combination of touch screen and matte display encouraged me to use the touch screen more frequently. Additionally, testing indicated that the laptop’s screen covers 100% of the sRGB, 73.8 percent of the Adobe RGB, and 73.4 percent of the DCI-P3 colour spaces.
Additionally, the Average DeltaE was 3.6 and the Maximum DeltaE was 9.6 during the ColorChecker assessment. This shows that the colour accuracy of the screen is not very good.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop features a 360-degree hinge that enables you to use it in any configuration you wish, including upside down, as a drawing tablet, or in portrait mode. The laptop’s screen has excellent viewing angles, making it a delight to use for content consumption.
When scrolling down a website or closing a tab, the touch screen is sufficiently sensitive that you are enticed to extend your arm and reach for it.
According to Fujitsu, the company’s experts meticulously designed the laptop’s physical components, including the keyboard, trackpad, and I/O.
It is also correct to a degree in this instance. Concave-shaped keys with a 19mm key pitch and a 1.5mm stroke length are positioned on the right side of the UH-X 2-in-1 convertible laptop. In other words, the keys make a satisfying click when pushed and are positioned organically for an enjoyable typing experience.
The only thing that annoys me about it is the positioning of the arrow keys on the keyboard. The four of them are positioned near the PageUp and PageDown buttons, and every now and then, while editing a document, I find myself travelling to the end of the page when all I want to do is browse to the next line.
The trackpad features distinct left and right-click buttons, which is a significant advantage in my opinion. On the other hand, the trackpad is somewhat smaller in total size. I did not require the use of an additional mouse for the most of my time with the UH-X 2-in-1.
Even during the morning rush, when I needed to resize and edit several images while concurrently navigating between multiple sites, the trackpad sufficed.
When it comes to connection, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop’s sheer amount of I/O ports is mind-boggling. On the rear of the device, 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 audio jack.
FUJITSU did a wonderful job with the I/O placement, and I have my doubts that you’ll find yourself frequently using an additional USB dock with the laptop.
The speakers on the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 are just adequate in terms of sound quality. There are minor vibrations on the palm rest area, which may become annoying after around 20 minutes of listening to a playlist. They are not audible, but they are felt.
However, regardless of the model, I recommend that you use high-quality headphones with the Fijitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop.
The laptop includes a 2MP front camera with Windows Hello functionality and a 5MP rear camera, which, according to Fujitsu, simplifies media sharing by centralising all of your images on one device. When the screen is completely folded back, the “rear camera” is visible right above the function buttons and may be used to shoot photographs and films.
The front-facing 2MP camera, in my opinion, is a breath of fresh air. It’s ideal for video conferencing, and the built-in microphone does a good job. When compared to webcams on computers, the image taken by the 2MP lens seems sharp and far less grainy.
Additionally, I played around with the rear-facing 5MP camera. It functions as expected, however I’m at a loss for a specific application. When I wanted to take notes, my natural impulse was to use my smartphone.
On the other hand, the back camera functions as expected; the image quality is adequate for a 5MP lens, and the camera does not lag or stutter.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 is constructed to a high level and features an exceptional build quality. The laptop’s chassis is made of Magnesium Alloy and exhibits no flex.
The deck area has been treated with an extra-grip coating, which improves the overall typing experience. Along with the lid, the laptop’s body and other components use the same gripping covering. As a result of this, and its ultra-compact 997g weight, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 is both comfortable to handle and incredibly portable.
Additionally, the laptop is protected by elastic resin on all four sides, which acts as an additional layer of defence. It was quite good for me, as I am a clumsy individual who constantly spills or scrapes my electrical devices.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop features an eye-catching design that sets it apart from competitors in its class. It’s highly stealthy, with an all-black matte finish over its whole body; it’s as thin as other laptops in its class, but feels far more robust.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 can withstand single point pressures of 35kgf and entire surface pressures of 200kgf, according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
According to official claims, the laptop can also withstand a fall from 76 centimetres (26 inches). Although I have not personally verified these assertions, based on the overall build quality, I assume Fujitsu is right.
The laptop’s 360-degree hinge is rather snug, and opening the lid takes two hands, which is something I’d like to emphasise as an extra point. A robust and secure hinge looks to be necessary, since Fujitsu thinks the UH-X 2-in-1 laptop to be used in a variety of configurations during the course of its life.
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 Convertible is priced at:
The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop is powered by an Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU and features 16GB LPDDR4X RAM and a 1TB solid state drive. It is priced at $107,990.
When compared to competitors, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1’s build quality and overall features stand out as outstanding. However, the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 has several restrictions, which we shall address below.
However, I don’t believe purchasers in this category would be disturbed by these idiosyncrasies because they are receiving a no-frills laptop that performs incredibly well at what it is designed to do.
This Fujitsu 2-in-1 convertible laptop features an impressive battery life, a broad variety of I/O ports, and a solid design, making it a great choice for business people. While it is not a powerhouse for editing with an ultra-fast CPU, it is a business laptop that will serve you well for many years and deliver a solid return on your investment.
Among the other possibilities in this price range is the Dell Inspiron 13, which features an Intel Core i7-11370H CPU and an Nvidia Geforce MX450 graphics card. Additionally, the ASUS Expertbook B940, which is powered by the Intel Evo platform, is worth consideration as a feasible option.