3971 news items tagged notebook
Highlights of the day: Acer optimistic about notebook demand in 2021Friday 23 October 2020
The notebook market next year may not be as strong as in 2020, but Acer remains optimistic, expecting a wave of replacement...
Intel reports 3Q20 financial resultsFriday 23 October 2020
Intel has reported third-quarter 2020 financial results, generating US$8.2 billion in cash from operations and paying dividends of US$1.4 billion.
Acer expects replacement demand to drive notebook market growth in 2021Friday 23 October 2020
Replacement demand from the consumer sector, in addition to Chromebooks, will be driving the overall notebook market growth in 2021, according to Acer chairman and CEO Jason Chen.
Acer releases new PCs for year-end 2020Thursday 22 October 2020
Acer has announced its latest notebooks, monitors and projectors as well as its first Chromebook that is equipped with an Arm-based processor.
Notebook demand still sound in 4Q20 before waning in 2021Thursday 22 October 2020
Notebook vendors saw strong shipment gains in the second and third quarter of 2020 with the momentum remaining robust in the fourth quarter, but they may see demand for their computer...
Cooling solutions providers relocating more capacities for notebook VC productionWednesday 21 October 2020
Taiwan's cooling solutions providers are relocating more of their available capacities for production of vaper chambers (VCs) away from handset to notebook applications due to increasing...
Ju Teng to set up notebook chassis plant in VietnamTuesday 20 October 2020
Chassis maker Ju Teng International has decided to build a plastic notebook chassis plant in Vietnam, according to industry sources.
Taiwan HDI PCB suppliers diversifying target marketsTuesday 20 October 2020
Taiwan-based HDI PCB suppliers have put increased focus on their offerings for non-handset applications, looking to diversify their target markets, according to industry sources.
PC memory supply falls short of demandTuesday 20 October 2020
The supply of PC memory chips and devices has already fallen short of demand, with the tight supply unlikely to ease until the first quarter of 2021, according to sources in Taiwan's...
Microsoft Surface makes way into entry-level sectorMonday 19 October 2020
Microsoft has priced the latest member of its Surface family - the Surface Laptop Go - at only US$549 with the device believed to be targeting primarily Chromebooks as its competition,...
Global notebook shipment forecast, 2021 and beyondWednesday 14 October 2020
Notebook shipments are expected to grow over 20% on year in 2020 thanks to demand from stay-at-home activities in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Highlights of the day: Chromebook supply to improve in NovemberTuesday 13 October 2020
Components shortages have hampered supply of Chromebooks, which have seen strong demand from users staying at home in pandemic lockdowns. But the shortages are expected to start easing...
Mobo and graphics card brands see robust 2020Tuesday 13 October 2020
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card brands are set to post impressive sales and profit results for 2020.
Chromebook shortages may ease starting NovemberTuesday 13 October 2020
The global supply of Chromebooks has been tight due to component shortages, which nevertheless are expected to ease slightly starting November, according to sources from ODMs.
IT component makers expect to see strong 4Q20 ordersMonday 12 October 2020
IT component shipments are expected to grow in the fourth quarter of 2020 thanks to stable demand from stay-at-home activities and seasonality, according to sources from the upstream...
Walsin-affiliated PCB makers see impressive September salesMonday 12 October 2020
Taiwan PCB makers HannStar Board, Global Brands Manufacture (GBM) and Career Technology, all affiliated with Walsin Technology Group, saw their September shipments significantly bolstered...
Notebook shipments of Taiwan players from 2006-2020Saturday 10 October 2020
Taiwan makers produced over 90% of the notebooks worldwide in 2008. The top-five notebook makers - Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics, Wistron, Inventec and Asustek Computer - contributed...
Nan Ya PCB, Kinsus post record revenues for 3Q20Thursday 8 October 2020
IC substrate makers Nan Ya PCB and Kinsus Interconnect Technology have reported impressive revenue increases for the third quarter of 2020 on strong shipments of diverse substrate...
Sonix poised to see record revenue in 4Q20Thursday 8 October 2020
IC design house Sonix Technology is expected to post record-high revenue for the fourth quarter of 2020, thanks to strong demand for video conferencing, according to industry sourc...
PCB maker Apex expects sales to peak in 4Q20Wednesday 7 October 2020
Taiwan-based PCB maker Apex International expects its revenues to reach the year's peak in the fourth quarter as a result of fulfilling shipments deferred from the third quarter due...
Pegatron sees rising orders from notebook clients in 4Q20Wednesday 7 October 2020
Pegatron is seeing strong notebook orders from clients such as Microsoft and Asustek Computer thanks to stay-at-home activities, according to sources from the upstream supply chain...
Global notebook shipment CAGR at 0.9% in 2020-2025, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 6 October 2020
Global notebook shipments are forecast to rise at a CAGR of 0.9% from 2020 to 2025, according to Digitimes Research's latest five-year forecast for the notebook industry.
5G notebook development gains momentumMonday 5 October 2020
First-tier chip designers and PC brand vendors have begun cooperation to develop notebooks with integrated antenna-in-package (AiP) modules to support both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G...
Apex to purchase new site in Thailand for PCB capacity expansionMonday 5 October 2020
Taiwan-based PCB maker Apex International is stepping up construction of new production facilities in Thailand seeking to meet ever-expanding demand resulting from supply relocation...
PCB makers to see shipments hit by notebook component shortagesWednesday 30 September 2020
Shortages of several notebook components are likely to worsen in the fourth quarter, hitting PCB makers' shipments, according to industry sources.