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Fujitsu announces new Floral Kiss brand of FMV personal computers for Women


Fujitsu today announced the launch of the new Floral Kiss brand of FMV personal computers aimed at female users. The new series will be available throughout Japan beginning November 2 at electronics stores and from the Fujitsu WEB MART online store. Based upon the design concept of bringing elegance to PCs, Floral Kiss is a new series that was planned and developed primarily under the direction of female employees.


As the first PC to be released under the Floral Kiss brand, Fujitsu will be offering an Ultrabook developed in an all-out pursuit of elegance, from the size and design of the model to its accessories, mouse, AC adaptor and other peripheral devices, and even to the applications. Featuring the latest Windows 8 OS, a high-performance 3rd generation Intel Core i5 processor, and 500GB of hard disk space, the new notebook PC’s specs are sure to make for a user-friendly experience. It also provides access to My Cloud, Fujitsu’s proprietary personal cloud service that will be available as a full-scale service from today.

Also offered is a model designed in collaboration with the jewelry brand agete, which is known for its drive to constantly offer stylish new products that reflect the latest trends in women’s lifestyles and fashion. The body of the notebook employs a basic purple color scheme in line with agete’s brand colors, and the top casing is crowned with the agete logo. In contrast to the other models, the collaboration model features a tan keyboard with a cursive key font type, and an antique-style pattern on the two palm-rest areas. The packaging box, unique to this product, also has an original design that fits well with agete’s international perspective. In addition, it comes with an original PC case and pouch.

Floral Kiss comes standard with a number of convenient, fun and original applications that users can enjoy in their daily lives.

SCRAPBOOK automatically stores and organizes pictures and URLs of the items, retail stores, recipes, and other content that users come across when they are casually browsing the web. The application also allows users to create theme-based collages for saved content such as web captures.

With DIARY, users can create their very own diary by automatically storing and organizing Facebook and Twitter posts as well as photos they have downloaded to the computer—all in chronological order. This is a convenient way to make a diary from information that is casually shared with friends.

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