1113 news items tagged Asustek Computer
Asustek launches two slim notebooks to keep shipment dynamicsFriday 13 November 2020
Asustek Computer has launched two new notebook models, the ZenBook Flip S and ZenBook S, in the Taiwan market targeting the high-end, ultraslim segment, as it aims to maintain its...
Asustek expects robust shipments in 1H21Thursday 12 November 2020
Asustek Computer expects shipments of its notebooks, motherboards and graphics cards to stay robust through the first half of 2021.
Strong Chromebook sales boost Acer, Asustek revenuesWednesday 11 November 2020
Acer and Asustek Computer both saw impressive gains in their sales during the first 10 months of 2020, buoyed by strong Chromebook sales.
Graphics card brands to see shrinking 4Q20 sales due to Nvidia card shortagesThursday 29 October 2020
Motherboard and graphics card manufacturers may see their revenue growth in the fourth quarter of 2020 constrained by the tight supply of Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30 series, according...
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...
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.
Qualcomm reportedly to develop own-brand gaming smartphones with Asustek assistanceWednesday 7 October 2020
Qualcomm reportedly will team up with Asustek Computer to develop and launch its own-brand gaming smartphones at the end of 2020 at the earliest, according to industry sources.
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...
Asustek smartphone sales gaining momentumThursday 24 September 2020
Asustek Computer is poised to see its smartphone business grow significantly in 2020, with overall handset ASPs trending upward and losses for its mobile device business unit further...
Notebook brands pushing enterprise and gaming models in 2H20Friday 4 September 2020
Brand vendors have seen strong PC sales due to stay-at-home activities worldwide and are now primarily focusing on releasing enterprise and gaming models to cater to related demand,...
Notebook, mobo, graphic card shipments to sustain growth in 2H20Monday 31 August 2020
Taiwan-based vendors of notebooks, motherboards and graphic cards are expected to sustain robust shipment momentum in the second half of the year, driven partly by stronger-than-expected...
Asustek sees loss from handset biz narrowThursday 27 August 2020
Asustek Computer continues to see losses generated by its handset business narrow, and is eyeing the business' return to profitability in 2021, according to market sources.
Asustek develops AI-based quality inspection solutionsThursday 27 August 2020
Asustek Computer's AIoT Business Group showcased AI-based solutions for product quality inspection at Taipei International Industrial Automation 2020 during August 19-22, with the...
Notebook vendors all-out trying to secure shipmentsMonday 17 August 2020
Notebook brand vendors are resorting to all possible means, such as giving up attempts to lower ODM quotes, as they seek to secure smooth shipments from suppliers to meet increasingly...
Eight-inch fab capacity to stay tight in 2021Thursday 13 August 2020
Eight-inch fab capacity will remain tight until 2021, due mainly to strong demand for display driver ICs and power management chips, according to industry sources.
Asustek expects 3Q20 revenues to expand 20% sequentiallyThursday 13 August 2020
Asustek Computer expects its revenues for the third quarter of 2020 to grow over 20% sequentially with PC shipments to surge 30% on quarter and sales of motherboards and other components...
Taiwan notebooks – 2Q 2020Friday 7 August 2020
Taiwan's notebook shipments picked up 82.2% sequentially and 27.3% on year to arrive at 42.68 million units in the second quarter of 2020.
Asustek rolls out ROG Phone 3 gaming smartphoneThursday 23 July 2020
Asustek Computer has launched its next-generation gaming phone, the ROG Phone 3, as the vendor moves to further sharpen its competitiveness in the segment.
AICS marks Asustek transformationTuesday 21 July 2020
The setting up of an AI development marks Asustek Computer's transformation, acccording to Huang Tai-yi, the company's vice president and CTO.
Taiwan analog IC firms optimistic about demand for ChromebookTuesday 21 July 2020
Taiwan-based analog IC firms are generally optimistic about demand for consumer notebooks, particularly Chromebook, in the third quarter of 2020.
Asustek 2Q20 revenues surge nearly 30%, Gigabyte hits recordFriday 10 July 2020
Asustek Computer saw its revenues increase nearly 30% on year in the second quarter of 2020, while fellow motherboard and graphics card vendor Gigabyte Technology's revenues climbed...
Quanta to see shipment growth in 3Q20 thanks to ChromebooksFriday 10 July 2020
Quanta Computer expects its notebook shipments to grow sequentially in the third quarter and may be the only ODM to see increases with Chromebooks being the key growth driver.
LCD monitor sales climb during mid-year shopping festival in ChinaFriday 3 July 2020
End-market demand for IT products such as LCD monitors remained robust during the 618 shopping festival in China as figures from research firm AVC Revo show LCD monitor sales in China...
PC firms upbeat about gaming notebook sales in 2H20Wednesday 1 July 2020
PC vendors are optimistic about gaming notebook sales in the second half of this year, but believe sales of commercial and consumer models may have already hit their peak levels for...
PC sector cautious about demand in 2H20Tuesday 23 June 2020
PC vendors and their suppliers are having mixed views for their shipment prospects for the second half of 2020, after experiencing higher than expected growth in the first half propelled...