By Alexandra Burlacu | Feb 06, 2014 09:01 AM EST
If you've been looking for a new hybrid laptop, Fujitsu has just unveiled its latest Lifebook TH90/P convertible ultrabook and it looks quite intriguing.
The new Fujitsu Lifebook TH90/P convertible comes with a 13.3-inch IGZO display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, and it also features a stylus that supports 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Under the hood, the hybrid ultrabook packs a powerful Intel Core i5-4200U Haswell processor paired with a hefty 8GB of RAM. According to Fujitsu, the device's battery will provide up to 12.5 hours of battery life on a single charge, which is pretty impressive.
The Lifebook TH90/P also comes with a 500GB hybrid hard drive, which aims to deliver good performance without drawing a huge hole through your budget.
In terms of design, the new convertible ultrabook from Fujitsu sports an elegant aluminum case that also allows it to be lightweight, as the device weighs in at just 3.5 pounds.
"The convertible construction enables the display to rotate 180˚ left or right and allows this laptop to instantly change form to suit four different modes of use," Fujitsu touts in the press release. "These are Laptop Mode for text input, Tablet Mode for pen input or Internet browsing, Presentation Mode for rotating the screen to share content with other people, and Theater Mode for watching movies."
"It has been designed to instantly adapt to the best mode for any use without being limited by its shape. With support for styluses that can detect 1,024 gradations of pressure sensitivity, users can jot down memos or make sketches with the feeling of writing on paper."
The new Fujitsu Lifebook TH90/P convertible ultrabook will make its debut in Japan on Feb. 21. The company has yet to offer pricing details for the device, but the ultrabook is expected to cost roughly $2,000. It remains unclear at this point when or if Fujitsu will expand the availability of its new convertible ultrabook, but we'll keep you posted as soon as we know more. In the meantime, check out the company's press release for more information.