Nick Rosen | |

Never buy a computer from Fujitsu, especially a Lifebook. Deathbook would be a better name. Fujitsu also operate under the name Fujitsu Siemens – and the computer sold under that brand are equally appalling

Fujitsu computers has no loyalty to its consumers. It just don’t care about them. Once the computer is sold to the end customer, Fujitsu virtually wash their hands of the matter.

If you are unlucky enough to own a Fujitsu computer or a Fujitsu Siemens computer then you may need to have it repaired under warranty. In Europe, the computer will be sent to Germany, and they charge you 50 Euros for the packaging by the way. Once there, the “repair”team will likely delete all software from your machine. But they do not warn you of this in advance. And they take no responsibility once they wipe your hard drive.

Fukitsu to you too sir.

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