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Acer chairman expects iPad market share to drop to 20%, says paper

Newswatch - Aug 23, 14:18

In a Chinese-language interview with the Economic Daily News (EDN), JT Wang, chairman of Acer, said that he expects Apple's iPad market share to drop from close...

WiMAX to remain feasible for at least 10 more years, says Acer chairman

Jun 2, 12:30

In response to worries about the outlook of WiMAX, chairman JT Wang for both Acer and the Taipei Computer Association (TCA) has stressed that there is still large room for development...

Acer chairman says financial crisis in Europe not very serious

May 20, 14:15

Acer chairman JT Wang has refuted market watchers' forecasts that Acer is likely to reduce its operating goals for the second quarter due to the financial crisis in Europe, and said...

Acer chairman demands higher margins; launching new internet devices

Apr 30, 16:51

Acer has posted a 9.7% gross margin and 2.7% operating margin for the first quarter of 2010, but company chairman JT Wang indicated that Acer's margins need to increase to over 10%...

HP to develop WebOS for IT services and tablet PCs, say Acer chairman and Digitimes analysts

Apr 30, 10:16

Acer chairman JT Wang said in a recent interview that he believes Hewlett Packard's acquisition of Palm is not purely for smartphone development, but to also strengthen its push into...

Acer 1Q10 operating margin to be higher than 2009 average, says chairman

Apr 9, 16:48

Acer expects its operating margin for the first quarter of 2010 to be higher than 2.67%, the average in 2009, despite recent increases in DRAM prices and appreciation of the NT dollar,...

Acer notebook shipments to surge in 2H10 benefiting by enterprise market, says Acer chairman

Mar 23, 12:04

Acer expects its notebook shipments will see significant growth in the second half of 2010 due to recovery in the enterprise PC market, while the company's shipments in the second...

JT Wang, Acer chairman

Taiwan premier turns down Acer chairman over tax incentive

Mar 12, 16:42

Taiwan premier Wu Den-yih, at a meeting with Acer chairman JT Wang last week, turned down Wang's suggestion of keeping proposals to offer tax incentives to global top-500 enterprises...

Acer chairman blames HP and Dell for poor ultra-thin notebook sales

Dec 9, 16:58

Acer chairman JT Wang believes ultra-thin notebooks with long battery-lives will be the future trend in the notebook industry and he recently urged Intel, which plans to mainly push...

JT Wang, Acer chairman

Acer to launch Chrome OS netbook in 2H10

Dec 2, 14:05

Acer plans to launch a Google Chrome operating system-based netbook, which the company has been developing since mid-2009 in the second half of 2010, according to industry sources.

Acer considering new acquisition for PC business, maybe Japan-based vendor, says chairman

Nov 30, 12:10

Acer chairman JT Wang recently revealed that the company is currently thinking of a new acquisition to strengthen its PC business and is in talks with several vendors, in particular...

Acer chairman calls for cross-strait cooperation on WiMAX, e-book readers

Nov 4, 16:14

Acer chairman JT Wang, who also serves as chairman of the Taipei Computer Association (TCA), has invited China-based players to attend Computex 2010 and hopes participation could...

Acer to target shipments of 40 million notebooks in 2010, says chairman

Oct 29, 11:15

Acer looks set to comfortably achieve its notebook shipments goal of more than 30 million units for 2009, and is looking to mark two major milestones in 2010, shipping more than 40...

Acer chairman says company on target for 10% sales growth for 4Q09

Oct 6, 16:16

Acer chairman JT Wang recently assured investors that the company will achieve its forecasted 10% growth in consolidated revenues for the fourth quarter of 2009 thanks to the launch...

Acer lowers ultra-thin sales target for 2H09

Aug 12, 16:19

Acer chairman JT Wang has commented that sales performance of ultra-thin notebooks has so far fallen short of goals, adding Acer has internally downward adjusted the segment's target...

Acer not concerned about Nokia entering netbook market, says chairman

Jun 25, 13:34

Acer chairman JT Wang has commented that the company is not concerned about the possible entrance of Nokia in the netbook market, noting that PC vendors will have the advantage when...

Asustek and Acer chairmen hold differing views on ultra-thin notebooks, says paper

Newswatch - Jun 23, 16:54

Asustek Computer chairman Jonney Shih has recently expressed his conservative attitude toward the future potential of ultra-thin notebooks, while Acer chairman JT Wang is optimistic...

Acer Android netbooks will still ship with Windows, reveals chairman

Jun 5, 11:27

The Android netbooks recently announced by Acer will actually ship as dual-boot systems with both Android and Windows, according Acer chairman JT Wang.

Acer dual-OS netbook featuring both Android and Windows XP

Acer leads CULV notebook competitors by 6-9 months, claims chairman

Jun 2, 16:42

Acer's global notebook market share is expected to grow further since the company is leading its competitors by six to nine months in the CULV notebook market, according to company...

Windows 7 penetration rate to be higher than Vista two years from launch, says Microsoft Taiwan

May 6, 15:41

The penetration rate of Windows 7 will be significantly higher than that of Windows Vista in the business sector in a two-year period after the new OS is launched, according to sources...

Acer chairman confirms Timeline ultra-thin notebook production problems

Apr 30, 12:11

Acer chairman JT Wang has confirmed that the company's new Timeline ultra-thin notebook product line is facing a panel shortage.

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