Photo - Malaysian TV host Megan Tan helps to launch Fujitsu's feminine edition of its Lifebook CH702
Japanese computing firm Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has launched in Malaysia a Windows 8-based Lifebook CH702, which is a limited edition for women.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific (FPCA) senior market development manager Yap Yean Yean said beauty, elegance and performance are offered in an all-in-one computing device with zirconia embellishments, chic colour options and a pearl-design power button.
"This ultra stylish Fujitsu Ultrabook is developed in an all-out pursuit of elegance - from every detailed design of the model, to its luxuriously embodied cover, accessories, mouse, AC adaptor and other peripheral devices," said Yap.
"Today, women account for nearly half of all PC purchases. This lightweight 13.3-inch 1.45kg LIFEBOOK CH702 is born from the desire of Fujitsu's female employees to create a powerful computing device that women would find appealing, and that brings elegance to their work," she said.
"The Fujitsu Lifebook CH702 will be an extremely exclusive offering [in Malaysia], with only limited units which will be fully imported for the local market," said Yap. "The product will be available for purchase through a specially designed Online Pre-Order Program at Fujitsu Malaysia' website's ch702 page with an easy 24-month credit card installment scheme option."
In addition, this laptop model has pre-installed 'feminine' applications, which included Fujitsu's new proprietary 'Diary' and 'Scrapbook.'
Photo - (From left) Yap Yean Yean, Senior Market Development Manager of Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd; and & Megan Tan Yue Mei, TV Host.
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