Well, the laptop design is almost no change at all. Seriously, it's like a motherboard redesign to fit a new chipset, and a new bios. That's all I see. And that's why I think this is just a marketting ploy. Personally I think Fujitsu took a wrong approach. They shouldn't have canceled the orders that already placed, even though it's within their right to do so. But that's not how to keep customer happy, especially this is consider a pre-sale customer service. I'm not a lawyer, and this is not a legal advise but I think it's still possible to seek a remedy if Fujitsu already charged your credit card. You have to check the terms of sale, and see if they are allow to do that. It's kinda like a breach of contract.