Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review After Using Some time My Opinion and Verdict.

The Core i7 model of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 costs Rs 1,07,990, while a lesser variant with an 11th-generation Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 512GB SSD storage costs Rs 88,990.

Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review After Using Some time My Opinion and Verdict.
Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop

Fujitsu's return to the Indian consumer laptop market comes at a time when the segment is experiencing tremendous growth, thanks to pandemic-fueled demand. And, based on what I've seen so far, the UH-X Convertible 2-in-1 that I'm testing currently appears to be a good choice for the re-entry. Let me begin at the beginning before I get ahead of myself.

Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review: Design, display, and connectivity

The Fujitsu UH-X Convertible is available in a discreet black colour that won't stand out in a crowd, but would appear completely at home in a boardroom. When I first took it out of the package, I was pleasantly surprised by how light it was. It's billed as India's lightest convertible consumer laptop, weighing in just 997g, and I can attest to the fact that it's a delight to use. It's also impressive how much Fujitsu has managed to cram into such a small machine, because from what I can see, it strikes the majority of the correct notes and doesn't miss anything.

Let me start by mentioning a couple of minor niggles. For starters, the laptop is easily smeared. Two, the machine's robust hinges necessitate the use of both hands to open it. Now that those are out of the way, I'll go on to the positives, of which there are many. The screen of this device rotates over 360 degrees and folds flat over the base, allowing you to use it in a variety of configurations. You can use it as a tablet because the screen is touch-enabled. It may even be partially opened and used as a tent, which is great for watching movies.

According to Fujitsu, the device is also highly sturdy, having passed many tests to ensure that it can endure pressure and drops. Despite its small weight, it also feels rather sturdy. The resin bumpers that have been positioned at the front corners... to minimise damage in the event of a fall... show that the Fujitsu engineers have paid close attention to detail. I especially appreciate the Fujitsu UH-inclusion X's of a silo for storing the accompanying pen.

Did I mention that the device includes a working pen? The Wacom-powered pen has a pressure sensitivity range of 4,096 levels, making it ideal for drawing, taking notes, and marking documents. The built-in storage slot (located on the right side of the laptop's bottom edge) not only keeps the pen safe, but also charges the current pen's battery.

The stereo speakers are also situated on the sides, and their placement guarantees that the sound is not muffled, especially when the device is kept on a cushioned surface, such as a bed. The audio is also fairly good, however I believe it should have been louder. The 13.3-inch FHD touchscreen is anti-glare and has a brightness of up to 400 nits. The screen is pretty bright, so you can use it in direct sunlight if necessary, and it also reproduces colours effectively. The top and bottom bezels, on the other hand, are extremely large.

The quantity of ports available on the Fujitsu UH-X also astonished me. Most thin-and-light laptops and convertibles, in my experience, compel users to make compromises on this front, but not the UH-X. The gadget has two USB-C 3.2 ports, two USB Type-A 3.2 ports, an HDMI, a 3.5mm headset jack, an SD card reader, a Kensington lock port, and even an Ethernet port, in addition to the charging port that accommodates the power adapter's barrel connector. In reality, the Ethernet port may be taken out of the chassis and expanded to accommodate the RJ45 connection on a LAN cable.

Thunderbolt isn't supported, however the Type-C ports can be utilised for display output and charging the laptop if you don't want to use the included 65W charging brick. In fact, the charging brick that comes with it is also fairly little. While we're on the subject of connectivity, the Fujitsu UH-X also has Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 capabilities.

Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review: Keyboard and trackpad

Another feather in the Fujitsu UH-cap X's is the keyboard. The keys are properly spaced, have plenty of travel, and are also pretty clicky. I immediately became acclimated to the keyboard and enjoyed typing on it. The machine has a two-stage illumination that allows you to use it in the dark. The precision trackpad is also extremely responsive, however the existence of dedicated left- and right-click keys underneath limits the size of the touchpad to what I'd want. A shortcut key located atop the keyboard activates the Quick Notes app when you need to write down anything quickly.

There's even a 5MP camera above the keyboard, which you can use to take pictures by folding the lid entirely backwards, so the camera is facing away from you. The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 actually has two cameras if you count the 2MP FHD webcam above the screen. Yes, Windows Hello is supported, so you may use your face to log in.

Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review: Software, performance, and battery

The Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 runs Windows 10 Home, which comes as no surprise. MS Office Home and Student 2019 is also included on the laptop, which is always useful. There is no bloatware on the laptop, and the only Fujitsu software I discovered was a setting programme named Function Manager. You can adjust battery charging parameters, customise the shortcut key, and change charging behaviour for Type-C ports with this utility.

The 11th-generation Intel Core i7-1165G7 Tiger Lake CPU is a power-efficient quad-core chip built on a 10nm production technique. It runs at 2.8GHz and can be overclocked to 4.7GHz. 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM is paired with it, and the gadget also includes 1TB of NVMe SSD storage. An inbuilt Intel Iris Xe GPU handles the graphics. Clearly, this isn't a gaming computer, but casual gamers will be able to play games with basic settings. Day-to-day performance is excellent, and I had no trouble keeping a slew of Chrome tabs open while while using productivity apps like Microsoft Office.

The device's strong performance is backed up by benchmarks, which all show positive results. PCMark 10 gave the UH-X 4,884 points, while CineBench R23 gave it 4,234 points for multi-core and 1,370 points for single-core. The device scored 5,021 and 1,422 in Geekbench's multi-core and single-core tests, respectively. The 50Wh pack is rated to last up to 11 hours in terms of battery life. In my experience, I was able to get through busy workdays with ease. The smartphone also supports rapid charging, with the included charger able to charge it to 50% capacity in less than half an hour. It takes about 2 hours to fully charge your phone.

Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 laptop Review: Verdict

The Core i7 model of the Fujitsu UH-X 2-in-1 costs Rs 1,07,990, while a lesser variant with an 11th-generation Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 512GB SSD storage costs Rs 88,990. Based on my experience with the device, I can say it has a lot going for it, and unless you need a laptop for gaming or heavy-duty graphics work, the UH-X should suffice.

The tablet comes with a two-year warranty from Fujitsu, which is excellent... If you're interested in learning more about the laptop, it's labelled as "Made in Japan." The laptop's light weight, robust design, variety of networking options, and flexibility provided by its convertible form factor all combine to make it a laptop that, in my opinion, deserves serious consideration.