Fujitsu is showcasing three brand new 2-in-1 devices in Hannover that combine the advantages of tablet and notebook to deliver the optimum state-of-the-art digital workstation.
The days when CeBIT drew in mainly hardware-crazy nerds are long gone. Nowadays, different topics dominate the headlines of the "Global Event for Digital Business". Fortunately, this does not mean CeBIT has ceased showcasing state-of-the-art computing technology and thus warming the heart of its old-school fans. And that includes this year’s offering from Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH. The German subsidiary of the parent group from this year’s partner country Japan is attending CeBIT 2017 to showcase not one, but three exceptionally flexible and agile new 2-in-1 tablets for mobile business applications.
One of these is the LIFEBOOK P727 – the first 360° foldable device by Fujitsu. It boasts a lightweight, sleek design and 12.5" HD display and can be transformed in seconds from a powerful tablet into a fully functioning notebook – thus solving the "either/or" dilemma for good. The LIFEBOOK P727 can be used in no less than four different functional working modes – classic laptop, desktop, tablet or "tent". The keyboard can be folded right back behind the display thanks to its ingenious 360° hinge. What’s more, users can choose between three input devices – touchscreen, stylus pen or keyboard. A mouse can also be used if desired. The range of optional extras – including 4G/LTE connectivity – and its ten-hour battery life make the LIFEBOOK P727 the perfect cutting-edge tool for professional users.