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Fluctuating fate of ultrabooks
  • Although notebook vendors were optimistic about the demand for ultrabooks, Acer's change in its ultrabook strategy is expected to bring more fluctuation to the ultrabook market.

    Last update: Friday 27 April 2012 [4 news items]

Intel seeks help from supply chain in response to changes in Acer ultrabook plans

Apr 27, 14:00

As Acer has announced plans to reduce the proportion of ultrabooks in its total notebook shipments from 25-30% to 12-20% for 2012, Intel has already begun to seek help from the upstream...

Acer to reenter world top-3 PC vendor rankings, says chairman

Apr 27, 01:10

Acer saw its business operations significantly improve in the first quarter of 2012 and expects continued improvement quarter by quarter through the year. As a result the company...

Notebook vendors to push ultra-like notebook models

Apr 26, 01:20

The high prices of second-generation ultrabooks which are set to appear in early June of around US$1,000 are unlikely to help them win-over consumers; therefore, notebook vendors...

Intel supports China-based makers to promote ultrabooks

Apr 20, 01:05

Intel, in line with its promotion of ultrabooks, has offered technological and/or financial support for China-based makers to help them join the Ultrabook Ecosystem Community, according...

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