The company’s new Hands-On Custom PC Assembly Service will enable Japanese customers to learn how to build a customized computer.
Fujitsu is launching a new Hands-on Custom PC Assembly Service next month, which will provide Japanese customers with fundamental knowledge of PC hardware to enable them to assemble their own customized computer.
Engineers at PC instruction schools will teach them how to install different components like processors, hard drives, and RAM, as well as offering support and guidance. The Hands-on Custom PC Assembly Service will provide a platform for customers of all ages, regardless of technical skill level, to learn all about PC hardware and important safety measures such as wearing anti-static wristbands. The service starts on August 9th in Japan and customers can choose from multiple Esprimo desktops or a LifeBook portable.