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Fujitsu has produced a lot of first-rate subnotes over the years, but the Lifebook UH572 is a shaky start to its Ultrabook endeavors. While it looks good, boasts a nice webcam, and packs a roomy hard drive, this 13.3-inch portable disappoints on several fronts. Although reasonably priced at $999 (as of July 5, 2012), the consumer sibling of the business-oriented Lifebook UH772 delivers decidedly subpar performance. Even with one of the new Ivy Bridge CPUs—an Intel Core i5-3317U running at 1.7GHz—the UH572 did poorly in our WorldBench 7 test suite, turning in an overall score of 97. That's on the low end for notebooks in its ultraportable class, and likely reflects the unremarkable nature of the rest of its configuration: 4GB of memory, standard Intel HD4000 graphics, a 500GB 5400-rpm hard drive, and the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium. Performance While the UH572 did okay on certain parts of the benchmark—startup and content creation scores were on a par with other Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks we've seen—it stumbled badly in the PCMark 7 Productivity Suite and storage components.
By HotHardware, published 06-05-2012
Fujitsu decided to kick off the summer with a pair of Lifebok Ultrabook devices: the 13.3-inch Lifebook UH572 for home consumers, and 14-inch LifeBook U772 designed for dudes and dudettes donning a business suit. Both models are powered by Intel's 3rd Generation Core processor line, otherwise known as Ivy Bridge. The 14-inch model is distinguishable...