FUJITSU Laptops Price List in the Philippines July 2020
FUJITSU Laptops Price 2020
|Latest FUJITSU Laptops||Price|
|FUJITSU Lifebook TH700||P92,299.89|
|FUJITSU LifeBook U2010||P92,299.89|
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Latest Reviews for FUJITSU Laptops
How much will it cost kung papalitan na ang keyboard, battery at video card? Saan service center ko ito dadalhin for repair? Details: 1. Numbers such as 7 and 8 are not functioning anymore,...as ...Read more
- Rating : 3.4
- Review by Ellen Balajadia
- Date : May 23, 2016
the good thing about fujitsu model laptop it had a bigger scree . complete set of keyboards and it is easy to use one more thing it has a capacity to install any applications thats the benefit of ...Read more
- Rating : 3.5
- Review by John Peter Llorca Javines
- Date : Oct 5, 2015
Hindi ko lang alam kung Japan made ba ito o ano , basata galing japan ito pasalubong ng sisterakas ko..Super okay na okay kasi mabilis yung server nito , yung system naman updated narin kaka update ...Read more
- Rating : 3.8
- Review by Hr.email@example.com
- Date : Apr 14, 2015
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Fujitso S561 Technical Specifications: Intel(R) Core i5 2520M 2.50GHz(4 CPUs) 4GB System Memory 500HDD Hard drive Intel Graphics Features: 12.5inch LED LCD Built-in Camera Built-in WiFi Dvd-Room 2 USB 2.0 ports 4-in-1 Media Card Reader VGA Connect port ... Read more
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About FUJITSU Laptops
Fujitsu Ltd. is a Japanese multinational information technology equipment and services company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan which is one of the world's most admired companies and is a Global 500 company.
Fujitsu Company History
Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. and Siemens AG of Germany establish Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. to spur domestic production of generators and electric motors in Japan.
Fuji Electric begins importing and selling telephones and "step-by-step" automatic switching systems made by Siemens AG.
Fuji Electric delivers its first self-developed "step-by-step" automatic switching system to Ministry of Post
Fuji Electric recognized by Japan's Ministry of Post as the official manufacturer of "step-by-step" automatic switching systems
Fuji Tsushinki Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (currently Fujitsu Limited) established as an offshoot of Fuji Electric's Communications Division (capitalized at 3 million yen with 700 employees)
Recognized by Japan's Ministry of Post as the official manufacturer of non-loaded cable carrier devices
Completes new plant in Kawasaki (now site of Kawasaki Research & Manufacturing Facilities). Relocates company from Fuji Electric's Kawasaki plant
Ventures into radio transmission field
Delivers Japan's first domestically produced "T-type" automatic switching system to Japanese Ministry of Post
Starts production of power-line carrier devices
Opens Suzaka plant for mass production of telephones and telecommunications devices
At the end of WWII, Fuji Tsushinki's type 3 telephone set was approved as an official telephone by the Ministry of Post, and it helped restore Japan's telecommunications infrastructure devastated by the War.
Establishes the Tokyo Office as a sales organization
Lists company's stock on the newly reopened Tokyo Stock Exchange
Begins commercial production of Type 4 telephone set (monthly production reaches 5000 units)
Resumes technical cooperation with Siemens
Restarts manufacture of radio communications equipment
Unveils Japan's first relay type computer, the FACOM100
Ships FACOM128A scientific computer (the Fujitsu's first commercial computer)
Opens Japan's first computer showroom in central Tokyo
Unveils Fujitsu's first transistor-based large-business computer, the FACOM222
Exports Japan's first computer, the FACOM212 parametron computer, to the Philippines
Formally changes Japanese name to Fujitsu Kabushiki Kaisha (Fujitsu Limited)
Releases FACOM230-60 which becomes a runaway bestseller
Fujitsu and Hitachi corporation started for the development of next-generation computer series
Introduces FACOM M series of mainframe computers
Becomes the largest computer company in Japan
Introduces Japanese word processor, OASYS100
Introduces Fujitsu's first personal computer, FM-8
Introduces Fujitsu's first business-use personal computer, FACOM9450
Unveils FM TOWNS 32-bit "hyper-media" personal computer
Releases M-1800, the world's fastest ultra-large general-purpose computer
Launches DS/90 7000 Series UNIX computer
Releases VPP 500, the world's fastest vector parallel supercomputer
Introduces FMV Series of personal computers supporting Microsoft Windows
Releases FMV-BIBLO, B5-size software preinstalled notebook computer
Develops NAND-type flash memory
Announces "Everything on the Internet" business strategy
Pioneers use of energy-efficient, biodegradable plastic in notebook computers
Announces strategic collaboration to develop mission-critical enterprise servers with Intel Corporation
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary, and the name is changed to Fujitsu Technology Solutions (Holding) B.V.
Introduces new brand promise "shaping tomorrow with you"
Supercomputer "K computer" Takes Consecutive No. 1 in World Ranking
Named to FORTUNE Magazine's 2016 List of "World's Most Admired Companies" for 4th consecutive year Appreciated in Innovation, Global Competitiveness, and Social Responsibility
Corporate model: LIFEBOOK
This lineup is characterized by minimized applications for personal use. In addition, there LIFEBOOK offerings are cheaper than the BIBLO series but are still business laptops.
LIFE BOOK H series: Highest peak model that combines overwhelming performance and excellent graphic performance. It has one side as a mobile workstation.
LIFE BOOK X series: high-performance models that support RAID 1 (mirroring). Inherit the conventional LIFEBOOK NA / H series. The chassis and hardware configuration were also the same.
LIFE BOOK N series: Large-screen standard model equipped with 17.3-inch wide high-resolution LCD.
LIFE BOOK E series: A4 sized high-spec model with new generation technology and security function. Inherit the conventional LIFEBOOK NA / L series. Basically, the optical drive is a hot-swappable removable drive.
LIFE BOOK A series: A4 entry model wide liquid crystal type.
LIFE BOOK C series: A4 entry model. Inherit the conventional LIFEBOOK NU / L series.
LIFE BOOK S series: Large-screen slim mobile notebook equipped with a 13.3-inch LCD. Integrates conventional LIFEBOOK MR / LIFEBOOK MG / H / LIFEBOOK MG series.
LIFE BOOK U series (2nd edition) : Ultra-slim mobile notebook equipped with a 14-inch wide LCD. The series name has been revived for the first time in about three years, but it has a completely different specification from the first phase model released as an ultra-small tablet PC.
LIFE BOOK P series (2nd edition) : A compact slim mobile notebook equipped with a 12.1-inch widescreen LCD. It is a successor to the previously released "LIFEBOOK R Series". The series name has been restored for the first time in about a year, but as with the "LIFE BOOK U series", it has a completely different specification from the first model released as a tablet PC.
LIFE BOOK NH series: Large-screen AV notebook successor to the "BIBLO NW series". Equipped with a human sensor web camera that applies the face recognition technology "Sense YOU Technology".
LIFE BOOK AH series: 15.6-inch large screen notebooks successor to "BIBLO NF series". Perhaps because it is a major series, it also features a wide lineup from basic models to high spec models.
LIFEBOOK GH series: a new concept PCs that can be attached and removed by combining a wireless 15.6-inch wide LCD display and a small desktop PC. There are no custom-made model settings in this series.
LIFE BOOK LH series: 14-inch compact notebooks that are the successor to the "BIBLO S series". It was abolished once, but the concept was renewed, and it was set again after about 7 years as a model for elementary school students, "the first" personal computer.
LIFE BOOK UH series: Fujitsu's first Ultrabook equipped with a 13.3" or 14" display. After the 2014 Fall / Winter model, it has moved to mobile notebooks without an optical drive.
Floral Kiss (LIFEBOOK CH Series): A mobile notebook for women equipped with a 13.3 type wide designed and developed mainly by female employees of Fujitsu.
LIFEBOOK PH series: The "BIBLO R series" of 12.1 type wide liquid crystal and the "BIBLO LOOX C series" of 11.6 type wide liquid crystal are integrated and are developed as one series.
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