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FIC ruggedized tablet subsidiary receives procurement orders from Brazil

Apr 16, 21:24

Ubiqconn Applied Computer, a ruggedized tablet manufacturing subsidiary of Taiwan-based First International Computer (FIC), recently landed procurement orders from the government...

Freescale wins adoption of i.MX 6 MPU from FIC

Aug 31, 16:33

First International Computer (FIC) has adopted Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX 6 series microprocessors for use in tablet PCs, Freescale revealed at a recent company event held in...

FIC chairman Ming J Chien

White-box players supply close to 20% of global tablet PC shipments in 1Q11

Jun 28, 01:05

White-box tablet PC players are rising quickly in the tablet PC industry with related shipments already accounting for close to 20% of global tablet PC shipments in the first quarter...

Taiwan market: Acer, Asustek, FIC win government tablet PC bidding projects

May 9, 16:04

Three Taiwan-based notebook vendors – Acer, Asustek Computer and First International Computer (FIC) – have won bids for the supply of tablet PCs to government, military...

FIC cancels private placement fundraising for the time being

Dec 27, 10:04

First International Computer (FIC), a second-tier maker of PCs and consumer electronics, has canceled a plan to raise NT$1.3 billion (US$42.6 million) by issuing 100 million new shares...

FIC trims notebook manpower

Dec 22, 01:45

First International Computer (FIC), a second-tier Taiwan-based ODM of PCs and consumer electronics, has downsized its notebook business group personnel by nearly 100 employees to...

FIC unveils Windows 7 tablet PC Tycoon

Nov 11, 13:50

First International Computer (FIC), a second-tier Taiwan-based PC and consumer electronics ODM, on November 10 debuted the Tycoon, a tablet PC based on Windows 7 Home Premium, for...

PCB maker 3CEMS plans listing on TSE

Aug 24, 15:10

3CEMS Group has revealed plans to list its shares on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) in 2013, when the company expects its consolidated revenues to top US$1 billion.

FIC cooperates with Tridium for IPC solutions

Aug 9, 15:04

First International Computer (FIC) has announced a reseller agreement with Tridium, a global provider of device-to-enterprise application software and integration solutions. Under...

Hanwang announces two tablet PCs

May 20, 14:07

China-based e-book reader maker Hanwang has announced two tablet PCs, the TouchPad B10 and B20, targeting the enterprise market. Both are manufactured by First International Computer...

CES 2010: Shuttle alliance aims to ship up to 150,000 notebooks in 1Q10

Jan 11, 12:27

Shuttle's New Notebook Ecosystem alliance expects shipments for the first quarter of 2010 will reach 100,000-150,000 units, and will continue climbing each quarter throughout the...

FIC closes down Everex US subsidiary

Jul 20, 15:18

First International Computer (FIC) recently closed down the US subsidiary of its Everex brand, leaving only two subsidiaries continuing to operate worldwide.

Fujitsu outsources notebook manufacturing to Inventec and FIC

Sep 10, 15:15

Japan-based notebook vendor Fujitsu has outsourced its L-series entry-level consumer notebook orders to Inventec, while it has given First International Computer (FIC) netbook orders,...

White box notebook market still there, makers note

Sep 2, 12:18

Although some branded notebook vendors think the white box notebook market is facing pressure from branded netbooks and other low-cost notebooks, some notebook makers are optimistic...

FIC to close OEM subsidiary in the Czech Republic

Jul 28, 10:35

First International Computer (FIC) has recently decided to cease the operation of its notebook manufacturing subsidiary in the Czech Republic and will transfer the site's notebook...

Computex 2008: Second-tier notebook makers not missing from the show

Jun 6, 01:45

Although first-tier notebook makers have taken most of the the spotlight, second-tier makers including Mitac Technology, First International Computer (FIC), Clevo and several China-based...

Getac B300 rugged notebook

Computex 2008: FIC showcases latest netbooks

Jun 4, 17:41

First International Computer (FIC) unveiled its latest 8.9-inch netbooks, the CE2A1 and CW0A1.

FIC 8.9-inch CE2A1/CW0A1 netbook
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    FIC PCA40 notebook

    First International Computer (FIC) unveiled its latest 14-inch Calpella-based notebooks at CES 2010, the PCA40 and PCA41. The PCA40 and PCA41 are powered by Intel's Core i5 or Core...

    Photo: Company, Jan 14.

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    FIC PCA50 notebook

    First International Computer (FIC) revealed its latest 15.6-inch Intel Calpella-based notebooks under its PCA5X-series at CES 2010 FIC offers three models under the notebook series...

    Photo: Company, Jan 12.

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    FIC 8.9-inch CE2A1/CW0A1 netbook

    First International Computer (FIC) unveiled its latest 8.9-inch netbooks, the CE2A1 and CW0A1. The CE2A1 features a 1.2GHz VIA C7-M ULV processor with VIA VX800 chipset and is capable...

    Photo: Company, Jun 5.

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Greater China touch panel shipment forecast through 2015
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    This Special Report provides forecasts through 2015 for Greater China touch panel shipments with breakdowns based on technology (glass, film, resistive), application (smartphone, NB and tablet) and by firm.

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    This report analyzes the main players, their strategies and shipments forecasts for 2014, as well as other factors contributing to either growth or decline in various segments within the tablet market, with a particular focus on Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft, along with whitebox vendors.