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Fujitsu Lifebook P727

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Fujitsu Lifebook P727. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Opinions about the reliability and screen are overall positive. The keyboard and usability also get good feedback, but many are less positive about the touchpad. Views are divided on the performance.

battery, usability, keyboard, screen, reliability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Fujitsu Lifebook P727 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Benjamin Herzig (

Fujitsu Lifebook P727 (i7, 16 GB, LTE) Convertible Review


Legacy Ready. Fujitsu was one of the last few manufacturers whose convertibles were still equipped with the older rotating hinges, and the Lifebook P727 is Fujitsu's first convertible with real 360° hinges that is supposed to lure over a few Dell, HP,...

IPS panel with decent color coverage ; high-quality metal case ; VGA, Ethernet, and full-sized SD card slot ; user replaceable battery ; comfortable keyboard ; LTE available (in Europe, currently not in the US)

inaccurate touchpad ; below average battery life ; no Thunderbolt 3 ; CPU turbo potential not fully utilized

It is very hard to stand out in a market loaded with exceptional devices. Dell had to swallow this bitter pill with its Latitude 5289, and now it’s Fujitsu’s turn. First, the positives: the case is made particularly well out of premium materials and it...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by : Benjamin Herzig ( )

Breve análisis del convertible Fujitsu Lifebook P727 (i7, 16 GB, LTE)


Legado preparado. Fujitsu fue uno de los pocos fabricantes cuyos convertibles equipaban las bisagras rotatorias, el Lifebook P727 es el primer convertible con bisagras de 360° con el que espera atraer a clientes de Dell, HP y Lenovo. Nuestro análisis...

Panel IPS con buena representación de color ; Carcasa metálica de alta calidad ; VGA, Ethernet t lector de tarjetas SD ; Batería extraíble ; Teclado cómodo ; Posibilidad de LTE (en Europe, no en USA por el momento)

Touchpad poco preciso ; Duración de batería por debajo de la media ; Sin Thunderbolt 3 ; El turbo de la CPU no se usa correctamente

Es muy difícil destacar en un mercado plagado de dispositivos excepcionales. Dell probó suerte con su Latitude 5289 y ahora es el turno de Fujitsu. Entre las características positivas hay que destacar una carcasa rígida y bien fabricada con materiales...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by : Benjamin Herzig (

Test Fujitsu Lifebook P727 (i7, 16 GB, LTE) Convertible


Legacy Ready. Fujitsu war einer der letzten Hersteller, der noch voll auf die alten Convertibles mit den Dreh-Scharnieren setzte. Mit dem Lifebook P727 bringt man nun ein neues Business-Convertible mit 360-°-Scharnier auf den Markt, das Dell, HP und...

IPS-Display mit hoher Farbraumabdeckung ; hochwertiges Metallgehäuse ; VGA, Ethernet & vollwertiger SD-Kartenslot ; Akku ist einfach wechselbar ; komfortable Tastatur ; LTE vorhanden

unpräzises TouchPad ; unterdurchschnittliche Akkulaufzeiten ; kein Thunderbolt 3 ; CPU-Potenzial wird nicht ausgereizt

Wenn ein Markt mit sehr vielen guten Geräten bestückt ist, dann kann es schwer sein, aus dem Feld hervorzustechen. Das mussten wir schon beim Dell Latitude 5289 feststellen, und es ist auch beim Fujitsu Lifebook P727 der Fall. Fassen wir zunächst die...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by : Benjamin Herzig (

Recensione breve del Convertibile Fujitsu Lifebook P727 (i7, 16 GB, LTE)


Un nuovo erede. Fujitsu era ancora uno dei pochi produttori i cui convertibili montavano ancora le vecchie cerniere a rotazione, ed il Lifebook P727 è il primo convertibile Fujitsu con vere cerniere a 360° che dovrebbe attirare qualche cliente Dell,...

pannello IPS con decente copertura del colore ; case in metallo high-quality ; VGA, Ethernet, slot scheda SD full-sized ; batteria sostituibile ; tastiera comoda ; LTE disponibile (in Europa, attualmente non negli USA)

touchpad impreciso ; autonomia sotto la media ; manca la Thunderbolt 3 ; Potenziale turbo CPU non usato in pieno

È molto difficile emergere in un mercato ricco di dispositivi eccezionali. Dell deve ingoiare questa pillola amara con il suo Latitude 5289, ed ora tocca a Fujitsu. Partiamo con gli aspetti positivi: il case è costruito in modo particolarmente buono...

Jun, 2017