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Fujitsu is selling refurbished notebooks through its web-based sales facility, FPC Online Outlet... but only in the US. The company says that the service is there to meet the demand in the SOHO and consumer markets for low cost, but proven technology. The site currently has refurbished notebooks from the LifeBook range, initially the LifeBook 400 and 700 Series, for sale. he company plans to make notebook accessory products available soon, such as docking stations presentation and travel accessories, Fujitsu-compatible hardware accessories and carrying cases. "The Online Outlet is a significant extension of FPC's online presence and another great example of how practical supply chain management can benefit the customer," said Bert Parekh, FPC's director of marketing. He said the move would lessen the time between order and fulfilment.® Fujitsu says that refurbished notebooks provide excellent value for money and offer a real alternative to all their customers. All refurbished products are inspected, tested and restored to manufacturer's published specifications and sold with a standard 90-day limited warranty, with an option to purchase extended warranty services.

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