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Tuesday 19 July 2011
ARM to have big slice of notebook market in 2015, says IHS
After more than 30 years of domination by a single microarchitecture - Intel's X86 - the PC microprocessor (MPU) market finally is set for some real competition with shipments of...
Thursday 14 July 2011
Taiwan market: Vendors lower prices to clear netbooks before Cedar Trail launch
Acer, Asustek Computer, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lenovo and Toshiba have lowered retail prices for their netbooks in the Taiwan market to clear out inventories before Intel launches...
Thursday 30 June 2011
Asustek optimistic about performance in China
Asustek Computer, at a product launch conference in China, pointed out that notebook demand in the China market was weak in the second quarter, but as the IT market will enter the...
Tuesday 28 June 2011
Acer reducing 3Q11 shipment forecast; company founder optimistic about inventory clearing progress
Upstream component suppliers of Acer have recently been notified by Acer to reduce their inventory preparation for the third quarter as Acer has reduced its notebook shipment forecast...
Monday 27 June 2011
Consumer products to adopt solar panels
Following Apple's footsteps in installing solar panels in consumer products, Samsung has introduced the first solar panel netbook, NC215S.
Monday 27 June 2011
Asustek to start marketing Atom N435-based Eee PC X101 netbook in July
Asustek Computer will start marketing its low-priced netbook, the Eee PC X101, in July with models running on MeeGo available at US$199 and those running on Windows 7 available at...
Wednesday 15 June 2011
Acer decreases netbook shipments to focus on tablet PCs, say Taiwan makers
Acer shipped 400,000-500,000 netbooks in May, 50% fewer than in April, and will maintain such decreased shipments in June and July, implying that Acer will not give up netbooks but...
Tuesday 31 May 2011
Computex 2011: Nvidia CEO expects smart devices to outperform PCs after five years
Commenting on the tablet PC market, Nvidia CEO Huang Jen-hsun, at a company's press conference in Taiwan, pointed out that consumers do not care whether their products use x86- or...
Thursday 26 May 2011
Intel to offer Cedar Trail CPUs with prices 30-50% less than existing Atom CPUs
Intel is set to announce its latest 32nm-based Cedar Trail platform for netbooks in September with prices of the platform's CPUs to go as low as US$42-47, a drop of 30-50% compared...
Tuesday 24 May 2011
Toshiba reportedly abandoning ideas for developing Wintel-based tablets and Chromebooks
Japan-based notebook brand vendor Toshiba reportedly has abandoned ideas for developing Windows 7-based tablet PCs and Chromebooks as the two devices have already disappeared from...
Thursday 12 May 2011
MSI to launch 2 new tablet PCs at Computex 2011
Micro-Star International (MSI) is set to announce two new tablet PCs – the WindPad 100A, adopting Google Android 3.0 and Nvidia Tegra 2, and WindPad 110W, adopting AMD's Brazos...
Thursday 12 May 2011
Acer rumored to acquire Insyde, but the firm says no plans to sell currently
In response to former CEO Gianfranco Lanci's comment that Acer lacks talent that can help to integrate software and hardware platforms for its smartphone and tablet PC products, Acer...
Wednesday 11 May 2011
ViewSonic expects tablet PC to replace 70% of netbook sales in 2011
Alan Chang, president of ViewSonic Europe and Asia Pacific, has forecast that tablet PCs will replace as much as 70% of global netbook sales in 2011 as he sees that netbook inventory...
Tuesday 10 May 2011
Motherboard players see mixed result in April
Taiwan-based motherboard players including Asustek Computer, Pegatron Technology, Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI) have reported mixed result for their April...
Thursday 28 April 2011
Worldwide PC market up 7% as pads fuel growth, says Canalys
Canalys has announced that the PC market grew 7% in the first quarter of 2011, as the pad market, led by Apple's iPad, continued to bolster growth. Once again, Apple set the standard...