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  • Last update: Tuesday 10 April 2012 [9 news items]

Notebook ODMs enjoy on-month growth in March revenues

Apr 10, 01:10

Notebook ODMs Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics and Wistron have announced their revenues for March, with each of the firms enjoying shipment growth on month.

Players drop tablet PC prices to compete against Kindle Fire

Nov 24, 15:57

Several tablet PC players including RIM, High Tech Computer (HTC), Lenovo, and ViewSonic, have dropped their 7-inch tablet PC prices to compete against Amazon's Kindle Fire, priced...

Digitimes Insight: RIM PlayBook a poor debut for QNX

Sep 21, 16:28

While QNX is currently used in the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and is scheduled to be used in the company's smartphones in the future, replacing the BlackBerry OS to become Research...

RIM PlayBook tablet PC

Quanta cuts PlayBook production lines

Sep 21, 01:10

Quanta Computer has reportedly cut back production lines for RIM's PlayBook at its factory in northern Taiwan due to a large decrease in orders and has offered preferential compensation...

Quanta, Wistron expected to strongly benefit from cloud computing in 2012

Jul 28, 01:10

Quanta Computer and Wistron are expected to see strong sales growth in their cloud computing-related businesses in 2012 with Quanta's revenues from server business to more than double,...

RIM lowers internal 2Q11 sales target for PlayBook

Jun 22, 16:28

RIM, viewing that only about 500,000 PlayBooks, its first tablet PC, were sold globally from its launch in mid-April to early June, has downward adjusted its internal sales target...

Quanta Computer expected to see booming shipments of PlayBook

Apr 13, 15:53

RIM is internally optimistic about the marketability of its PlayBook tablet PC and therefore has placed large-volume orders for shipments in the second and third quarters of 2011...

RIM PlayBook to benefit Quanta and Foxlink

Apr 7, 01:40

As Research In Motion (RIM) is set to launch its PlayBook tablet PC on April 19 in the US and Canada priced at US$499.99, its upstream assembly partner Quanta Computer and connector...

Monthly production of RIM PlayBook tablets in full swing

Jan 28, 01:20

Production of RIM's PlayBook tablet PCs at Quanta's plant in Taiwan have reached an economic scale of 150,000-200,000 a month with shipments to be ready as early as February, according...

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