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Chassis becomes hot in the PC industry
  • As ultrabook and tablet PC vendors are pushing their devices to feature thinner size, demands for chassis have increased greatly, causing big shortage in the upsteram supply chain.

    Last update: Thursday 22 March 2012 [5 news items]

Chassis maker Ju Teng enters Samsung notebook supply chain, says paper

Newswatch - Mar 22, 14:20

First-tier chassis maker Ju Teng International, in addition to ultrabook chassis orders from 5-6 PC brand vendors, has entered into Samsung Electronics' notebook supply chain and...

Catcher to supply chassis for Amazon tablet PC

Mar 22, 01:15

Taiwan-based chassis maker Catcher Technology has recently received orders from Amazon for a new Kindle Fire tablet PC, according to sources from the upstream supply chain; however,...

Kindle Fire

Catcher to see revenue contribution from notebooks surpass 50% in 2012

Feb 23, 01:00

Chassis maker Catcher Technology expects revenue contributions from its notebook business reach over 50%, surpassing its smartphone business, which was the major revenue contributor...

Quanta purchases CNC machines to supply unibody chassis

Feb 6, 16:25

Quanta Computer reportedly has purchased CNC machines through its affiliates to receive direct supply of unibody chassis used for ultrabooks.

Intel ultrabook with metal chassis

Ultrabooks to lead to development of various chassis materials, say makers

Dec 9, 15:37

The development of notebooks will be toward slimness over the next two to three years due to the promotion of ultrabooks, and the use of various materials/processes for making chassis...

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