What does a laptop that weighs just a kilo look on the inside?
1. Remove the bottom plate
Despite being such a lightweight device, Fujitsu is using 16 Phillips-head screws to hold the bottom panel to the chassis. The good thing is that the company was aware that you’re going to be tired after you undo all of the screws, so they practically didn’t put any clips on. You just need to lift the panel away, and boy it looks as thin as a sheet of paper.
Powering the laptop, when it’s away from the plug, is a 50Wh battery pack.
3. Cooling, memory, and storage
This model doesn’t boast a particularly impressive cooling solution. It consists of a tiny heat pipe and a small fan. Another thing that is a pity, is the lack of upgradable memory. All of it is soldered to the motherboard, and it comes in configurations of 8GB and 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM, which runs at 2133 MHz. At least on the bright side, you can put a larger or a faster M.2 PCIe SSD inside.