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Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510

Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510
alaScore 80

27 reviews

Jan, 2021

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews of Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers really like the durability and usability. The performance and portability also get good opinions, but there are some critical comments about the reliability and keyboard.

size, portability, performance, usability, durability

price, screen, battery, keyboard, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Marc Perton (

Fujitsu's Lifebook P1510 - Korea-only tablet


We're not sure why Fujitsu decided to make this a Korea-only product - or why they're not even including the Tablet PC version of Windows - but if you're looking for the latest mini convertible tablet PC (lower-case T, since they're running XP Home)...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Cisco Cheng (

Fujitsu LifeBook P1510


We can't say enough good things about this beauty of a mini-convertible ultraportable.

Pentium M processor. Exceptional extended battery life. Fingerprint reader. Just 2.2 pounds.

Small keyboard. Small pen. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition OS not an option (yet).

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Aug, 2005

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Fujitsu Lifebook P1510


The swivel screen is intriguing on such a tiny unit. It converts the notebook into a slate that's very comfortable to use. It switches from portrait to landscape mode, and accommodates a nondigitized pen for navigation purposes. Oddly enough, it...

Pentium M processor. Exceptional extended battery life. Fingerprint reader. Just 2.2 pounds

Small keyboard. Small pen. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition OS not an option (yet)

We can't say enough good things about this mini-convertible ultraportable.

Expert review by : Damien Donnelly (

Fujitsu Lifebook P1510


Really small


An ultralight tablet PC that is a little weak on character recognition, and too high on price.

Jan, 2006


Expert review by : Lars-Göran Nilsson (

Fujitsu-Siemens Lifebook P1510


In terms of size, weight and portability, the Lifebook P1510 breaks new grounds for the Tablet PC format. But is it useable?

With the Lifebook P1510, Fujitsu-Siemens breaks new grounds for the Tablet PC format, in terms of size, weight and portability. It’s a great tiny laptop that can do more than your average notebook and it doesn't cost a fortune either.

Oct, 2005

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Stuff magazine


The P1510 could fit in a very big pocket and has a 180-degree rotating touch sensitive screen

The Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510 looks rather stylish but, like so many bimbos, it's a luxury buy that lacks pace and power

Sep, 2006

Expert review by : staff (

FSC Lifebook P1510 review


Size may not be everything but space can be...

Light and eminently portable

Keyboard size ; Screen size

The Fujitsu Siemens P1510 is certainly a lightweight solution, but we found it a little too cramped and small for daily use

Apr, 2006

Expert review by : Jayesh Mansukhani (

Fujitsu Lifebook P1510


There has been a remarkable growth in portable mobile computing in the last few years—with powerful processors trickling down to ultra-portables and offering an interesting combination of excellent battery life and good processing power. Capitalized on...

Tests For tests we chose to forego our routine battery of tests and instead went for a more practical approach. We used PCmark 2006 to gauge average performance of the laptop to get a realistic score. We also tested battery life under real life...

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Michelle Thatcher (

Fujitsu LifeBook P1510


Moving away from a Transmeta Crusoe processor, the Fujitsu P series now has a tablet notebook based on the Intel Pentium M platform.

Extremely portable ; Sturdy screen hinge ; Great performance ; Biometric fingerprint reader ; Memory-card reader

Tiny keyboard and screen ; Less battery life than comparable systems ; Cheap stylus ; No optical drive ; Short warranty

NOTE: Products in this test are for comparative purposes only and are not necessarily available in the Australian market.

Nov, 2005

Expert review by : paul_smart (

Lifebook P1510 : Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P1510


This Fujitsu Siemens unit is truly two items in one case, it is a rather nice small but powerful notebook computer and also probably the best Tablet PC I have used.

It is 23x17x3.5cm and weights in at only slightly more than a kilo. I was sent it with a DVD RW super multidrive that is likely to add around £190 to the price however as this connects via USB any CD or DVD that connects this way will work and with...

Apr, 2006

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