Fujitsu should be a little more honest and face the reality of the products, price comparisons to the competion. That is the real story!
Fujitsu was slow to the party in regards to releases. I know, I went to every retail sales point on the reslease date to see that they had and how it was promoted. Fujitsu had no touch screen notebooks. One and only one low end machine without a touchscreen. All of their other machines had price points from $1,300.00 - $2,100. There are numerous machines under $900.00 with a touch screen and i5. There machines quite frankly were priced at levels I could not even figure out. Unless someone was a Fujitsu fanatic that would be anyones last choice in comparison to what acer, HP, Lenovo, etc. released at the beginning. To blame slow sales on Windows 8 is a bit of a strech. I could not figure out their pricing on the release date and cannot justify the prices they are charging a month later.
What does computer services have to do with sales in US. They did not even get their machines to the release in time. When they did they were not in a realistic competitive price battle. I do not know why anyone would pay double for a Fujitsu do you?
Your wrong. I have one and it has been the single most enjoyable electronic experience of my life. I also bought a w8 phone and left my apple device home after the first week. The touch screen w8 experience is a fantastic one. One month in a horrible economy does not tell anyone anything. They are doing quite well given the cost points in this economy. If it was a normal economy apple would be at $300.00 along with goog right now.