Fujitsu's president cited "weak" Windows 8 demand for slumping sales, according to a Tokyo-based Bloomberg report, echoing recent comments from Acer's president.
Japan's biggest IT services company said it will miss its annual shipment target for personal computers amid sluggish demand for Windows 8, according to Bloomberg. Fujitsu President Masami Yamamoto was speaking to reporters in Tokyo on Thursday.
PC shipments for the fiscal year ending in March are expected to fall short of an October estimate of 7 million units, he said.
Acer president Jim Wong, while not citing sales estimates, expressed similar sentiment … Read more