Fujitsu Lifebook P727

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  1. ATIVQ

    ATIVQ V⅁O⅄ Senior Member

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    Fujitsu Lifebook P727 brochure

    Specs:
    • CPU: Core i-U 7th gen, i3, i5, and i7 with and without vPro
    • RAM: up to 16GB
    • Display: 12.5" FHD
    • Wi-Fi: Intel
    • Interfaces: 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB Type C, VGA, HDMI, Ethernet, SD card, SmartCard
    • Optional features: 3G/LTE, palm vein sensor
    • Pen: Wacom AES 2nd gen
    Marketed as a "business value" machine and they are absolutely right, it is a run-of-the-mill business-oriented convertible with Wacom AES 2.
     
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    Fujitsu Lifebook P727 - Multi-Mode-Productivity
    According to this official video, P727 uses also the Wacom AES technology with 2048 levels pressure sensitivity just like ThinkPad yoga x1.
    Nowadays there is only one left convertible laptop that still using EMR with the 7. generation processor - Panasonic CF-XZ6, unfortunately it is only be provided in Japanese market:(
     
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    How do you know the XZ6 is EMR and not N-Trig? I've not seen any mention of the pen tech anywhere.
     
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    In Japanese "静電タッチパネル" =EMR, in addition, panasonic has cooperation with wacom, as far as I have known that panasonic only uses wacom input technology.
     
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    I´m sorry about that... you have right, I checked their brochure once again that this pen needs a additional battery to drive. That means they actually use the active electrostatic technology;)
     

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    I wonder if it has a pen silo, and if the keyboard retracts when folded. Curious about the price too.
     
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    Yes, the spec sheet says there is a pen garage at the right side of the chassis, you can see the pen slightly sticking out in this press image.
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    No word about special keyboard features, and you can bet the retail price will be around $2000 for the basic model in the United States. Price in Japan starts at $2800.
     
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    Anybody know if Fujitsu U series like U727 will come to US? I read nothing about it but the U series always came to US like the U745
     
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    Their press release says it should be available. Contact Fujitsu directly; keep in mind that they're geared towards businesses and not consumers.
     
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