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    Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2017

    Nov 6, 12:52

    The notebook industry still saw increased demand from the enterprise sector in the third quarter of 2017, but the shipment momentum in the consumer space continued to wane.

    Taiwan handsets – 2Q 2017

    Aug 24, 14:56

    The revival of the Nokia brand by HMD Global is benefitting Taiwan's handset manufacturing sector. Orders for Nokia-branded feature phones have become a main growth driver for Taiwan's handset shipments.

    Taiwan notebooks – 2Q 2017

    Aug 9, 11:31

    Replacement demand from the North America and Europe enterprise sector for Windows 10 notebooks was rising in third-quarter 2017, during which Chromebook shipments also saw impressive growth.

    Taiwan handsets – 1Q 2017

    May 19, 11:42

    Taiwan's handset shipments have improved significantly thanks to feature phone orders from HMD Global.

    Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2017

    May 5, 14:46

    Growing adoption of Windows 10 in the enterprise sector fueled notebook shipment growth on an annual basis in the first quarter of 2017.

    Taiwan handsets – 4Q 2016

    Mar 3, 14:43

    Taiwan's presence in the global handset market continues to shrink. Its share of global shipments is expected to drop below 2% in the first quarter of 2017.

    Taiwan notebooks – 4Q 2016

    Feb 14, 15:13

    The notebook market has been showing signs of recovery, with Taiwan makers seeing their first on-year shipment growth since first-quarter 2012 in fourth-quarter 2016.

    Taiwan handsets - 3Q 2016

    Nov 30, 14:14

    Taiwan handset makers had a disappointing third quarter in 2016 as a result of decreased ODM orders and low-than-expected performances of Taiwan's brand vendors.

    Taiwan notebooks - 3Q 2016

    Nov 23, 15:22

    Taiwan-based notebook makers saw significant increases in their shipments in the third quarter of 2016, as clients prepared for the year-end holiday shopping season. The fourth quarter will also mark the first time they have seen on-year shipment growth in four...

    Taiwan handsets – 2Q 2016

    Sep 2, 11:36

    Taiwan's handset shipments slipped 13.5% sequentially and 45.4% on year in the second quarter of 2016.

    Taiwan notebooks - 2Q 2016

    Aug 17, 14:37

    Notebook brand vendors started replenishing their stocks in the second quarter after digesting their inventory in the previous quarter. The replenishment demand boosted their Taiwan-based ODM partners' shipments.

    Taiwan handsets – 1Q 2016

    May 26, 16:04

    Taiwan's handset brand vendors and ODMs both saw sharp declines in their shipments in the first quarter of 2016. The brand vendors' shipments will improve in the second quarter due to launches of new models, but the ODM shipments will drop further.

    Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2016

    May 9, 14:28

    The global notebook market continued to slump in the first quarter, with shipments going down. Vendors were less interested in boosting shipment volume than in improving their profitability by focusing more on midrange and high-end models.

    Taiwan handsets – 4Q 2015

    Mar 1, 15:13

    Taiwan's handset ODMs all saw significant decreases in their shipments in the fourth quarter of 2015, as clients reduced orders. Its handset brand vendors saw better results, but the increases in their shipments were hardly enough to offset the ODMs' poor resu...

    Taiwan notebooks – 4Q 2015

    Feb 2, 15:14

    Worldwide notebook shipments enjoyed a slight growth of 0.6% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2015 thanks to stable demand from the year-end holidays in Europe and North America plus brand vendors have been pushing new Windows 10-based entry-level and mid-range...

    Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2015

    Nov 2, 15:27

    The launch of Windows 10 devices and the availability of Intel's Skylake-U processors shored up Taiwan makers' notebook shipments sequentially in the third quarter of 2015. But that cannot hide the fact that the notebook market in general continues to head towards...

    Taiwan handsets – 3Q 2015

    Oct 27, 15:38

    Asustek was the only Taiwan-based handset brand vendor that saw shipment growth in the thrid quarter of 2015. Its shipments already surpassed those from HTC, the once top Taiwan smartphone brand who is now struggling.

    Taiwan handsets – 2Q 2015

    Aug 18, 15:21

    Taiwan's handset shipments registered growth in second-quarter 2015 thanks to impressive increases in shipments from Asustek and Acer. The strong showing of Asustek was in sharp contrast to the problems haunting HTC, whose global vendor rankings continued to...

    Taiwan notebooks - 2Q 2015

    Jul 24, 15:33

    The global notebook market remained sluggish in the second quarter of 2015. The seasonal pattern that has governed the notebook market previously will not appear in 2015, with Taiwan makers set to see on-year declines in the shipments during the second half of...

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