Bye bye Fujitsu?

Discussion in 'Fujitsu' started by ATIVQ, Oct 6, 2016.

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  1. Starlight5

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    Would be nice if as a result of this acquisition Fujitsu machines would finally get 4K screens, cheaper and readily available parts, downloadable service manuals available... one can dream, at least.
     
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    If Lifebooks are still made in Japan then probably they won't go any cheaper... I'd like to see them made in Japan, alongside with Panasonic are the only brands remaining...
     
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    Well there is one company that still manufactures it's stuff in Japan...VAIO.

    Gotta love that Japanese engineering. ;)
     
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    I don't even know that ... but its quality couldn't match FUJITSU / Panasonic standard for many years...
     
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    @IloveNY the parts are still made in China/Taiwan, to my knowledge. Lifebook prices are actually OK for me - maybe because I buy devices at bargain prices anyway, and instead of about a thousand $ difference with say Thinkpad I need to pay only $100-200 more for a comparable Lifebook. I usually would not buy a laptop right after premiere unless it's on a fantastic sale, because that just doesn't make any economic sense. It's like buying a slightly used car vs new from the dealership, which loses 30% of its value just by driving off - only with laptops, one can get a new laptop for half or less price just by waiting 6 months or so. With some models the price really falls only after a year, though - but I am extremely finicky about device choices, and upgrade the hell out of them anyway, so, given the fact that each new Intel CPU & iGPU generation does not bring any substantial improvement in performance or battery life, and new features are introduced even more rarely, I can live with that.
     
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    Luky you to have the NVS 4200M version of the T901 ;);). I can find only the version without dedicated graphics used :(
     
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