Fujitsu LifeBook notebooks are some of the most reliable in the industry, according to the newly released 17th Annual Reader Satisfaction Survey published by PC Magazine. Fujitsu captured the highest reliability score among all Windows-based notebooks, tying IBM, and had the lowest percentage of notebooks needing repairs.
The magazine surveyed more than 8,000 readers, asking them to describe their experiences with desktops, notebooks and servers that they use at home and at work. Leading notebook vendors, including Apple, Dell, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba, were represented.
Readers awarded Fujitsu with a Very Good overall rating and a Very Good reliability score for its LifeBook notebooks. In the percent needing repairs category, Fujitsu received the lowest score with only 13 percent of users reporting their LifeBook notebook needed repair the best score of any Windows-based notebook vendor evaluated.
The full results appear in the August 17, 2004 issue of PC Magazine and online at http://www.pcmag.com/sr.
We are very pleased about the results of PC Magazine s reader survey, said Richard McCormack, vice president of product and solutions marketing for Fujitsu Computer Systems. The true measure of a product is based upon successful customer experiences. Notebook users have confirmed: Fujitsu is an industry leader when it comes to quality and reliability. It s nice to be recognized for all our hard work.
Fujitsu tightly integrates every aspect in the design, manufacturing and service of its products. This practice allows the company to deliver solutions that adhere to the highest standards of quality and reliability. Its award-winning LifeBook notebooks are no exception. The line includes a wide range of designs from desktop replacements to ultraportable systems with touch screens.