I'm not quite sure how this will work, really. Fujitsu announced last week Thursday that is was planning to launch a service whereby customers can build their own computers from the ground up while using the expertise of Fujitsu's technical service staff to help put everything together. Fujitsu reckons that everyone should experience the thrill of building their own computers from scratch.
Fujitsu says that the motherboard, wiring and power supply will already be installed, with up to 15 other boxes of stuff for the rest of the components. It looks like a neat trick Fujitsu is trying to solve the large number of customer complaints that they get, complaints that take up the time of the company's staff that could be solved with a little common sense beforehand. I do hope that they stick to Intel chips as having a customer cry that the pins are bent on his AMD FX processor isn't going to be met with sympathy.