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Fujitsu blamed Windows 8?s soft demand for slumping sales

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  1. Aruffell

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    According to a Bloomberg Tokyo report, Fujitsu’s president Masami Yamamoto blamed Windows 8′s sluggish demand, for the company missing their annual shipment target for PCs. He stated that the company has fallen short by 7 Million units according to its October shipping estimate. Acer’s President Jim Wong also expressed the same sentiment this week, although [...]

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    seems a bit harsh just to blame Windows 8 - I'm sure it was a contributing factor but world economic conditions are bound to have played a bigger role in my opinion
     

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