A combination of like
Toshiba = crap
Vaio = crap
Fujitsu = well, sturdy well made crap.
All three are complete horror shows to maintain. Godawful to disassemble/reassemble. You can't get spares for them. And you can't get repair manuals. I guess they don't want anybody to fix them.
By comparison, Lenovo (and previously IBM), Dell and HP (dragged kicking and screaming by public pressure) make repair manuals easy to download from their web site. Spare parts are readily available for all three. HP laptops are still somewhat of a pain in the ass to tear down, and so are some Dells.
And then there is Acer. As far as I am concerned, they might as well merge their Acer, Gateway and eMachine crap with the other three. Except they are Taiwanese. Maybe they could build a facility on the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, neutral territory. Disputed, too.