Fujitsu has released two new Lifebook ultrabook notebooks called U554, and U754. Both are very similar notebooks and feature same specs. The shell of both is made of magnesium alloy and aluminum. Its design is characterized by clean lines, which looks very pleasant. The displays have anti reflective coating and pack a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. This is weird as other business notebooks by Fujitsu such as AH77, AH56 and even T902 pack higher resolution than the new ones. AH77 and AH56 packs full HD, while T902 has 1600×900 resolution.
Other business oriented features include spill-resistant keyboard, PXE Boot functionality, TPM module and Advanced Theft Protection, which allows you to remotely lock and erase the data of the notebook, in case of loss or theft.
Coming to specs, you can choose between Intel core i5 or i3 haswell processor, up to 8 gigabytes of RAM, up to 256 gigabytes of SSD storage or 320 / 500 GB HDD with 32GB NAND flash storage for faster bootup and application launches, USB 2.0, 3.0, HDMI, HD webcam, microphone, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and optional 3G / 4G module.
The only difference between the U554 and U754 is that latter comes with a touchscreen panel and weighs 100 grams heavier. Also, the Lifebook U554 notebook measures 322 x 225 x 17.5 mm, while the LifeBook U574 measures 322 x 225 x 19.5 mm. Prices of either is not known yet.