Intel seeks help from supply chain in response to changes in Acer ultrabook plans
Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
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 supply chain hoping to find solutions to respond to the notebook...
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