Fujitsu's SH560 bears an uncanny resemblance to the— the major point of difference being the Core i5 in the SH560, the Core i7 in the SH760.
There are a few other differences, like the arrangement of the buttons beneath the monitor and the deep purple sparkly finish that appears black unless it's in direct light, but for all intents and purposes this is the same chassis as the SH760 with a few tweaks, right down to the bizarre dedicated scroll wheel.
The aforementioned dedicated buttons found beneath the monitor are increasingly becoming a rarity, with shortcuts to Fujitsu's Support Center software, the default web browser, default mail client, battery eco mode and CyberLink YouCam being provided, each press accompanied by an incredibly annoying noise.
The keys that make up the keyboard are tapered and sit flush with each other, bucking the recent island-style found on most laptops since Apple forged the trend. The tiny touch pad that Fujitsu can't seem to let go is still featured here, encouraging cramping, while a fingerprint reader is nestled between the right and left mouse buttons.