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Netronix to deal out 2013 cash dividend per share of NT$8

Apr 21, 10:17

Taiwan-based e-book reader maker Netronix will distribute a cash dividend per share of NT$8 (US$0.265) for 2013, after booking net EPS of NT$8.08, according to the company.

Netronix aims to become largest e-book reader ODM in 3 years, says paper

Newswatch - Jun 18, 14:07

Taiwan-based Netronix shipped about two million e-book readers for a global market share of 10% in 2012 and aims to hike its share to 15-20% in 2013, 25-30% in 2014, and 35-40% in...

Netronix looks to growing revenues from Asia Pacific

Jul 27, 01:00

Netronix, a Taiwan-based ODM of e-book readers, has seen an increasing proportion of total revenues for orders from clients in the Asia Pacific region, according to the company.

Netronix expected to ship one million e-book readers in 2012

Jul 17, 01:30

Netronix, a Taiwan-based ODM maker of e-book readers, has established partnership with a large operator of e-book platform and vendor of e-book readers for ODM production of e-book...

Netronix aims to ship over 700,000 e-book readers in 2010, 3-5 million units in 2011

Dec 1, 02:05

Taiwan-based Netronix expects to ship over 700,000 e-book readers on an ODM basis in 2010 and 3-5 million units to ODM clients and for own-brand sale in 2011, according to company...

Netronix aims to be largest e-book reader maker at end of 2010

Jun 2, 14:07

Taiwan-based Netronix, based on its current orders, expects its monthly ODM/OEM shipments of e-book readers to increase from 30,000-50,000 units currently to 80,000 units in the third...

Netronix to ramp up monthly e-book reader capacity to 200,000 units in early 2010

Dec 4, 12:20

Taiwan-based network equipment and e-book reader maker Netronix plans to ramp up its e-book reader production capacity to 200,000 units a month in early 2010, up from 100,000 units...

Netronix developing e-book readers on Android platform

Nov 27, 15:57

Network equipment maker Netronix is currently cooperating with Texas Instruments (TI) to develop e-book readers on the Android platform and expects shipments to top one million units...

Netronix chairman Arthur Lu presents an e-book reader

Network equipment maker Netronix expanding e-book reader production lines

Nov 12, 14:53

Taiwan-based network equipment maker Netronix will begin to expand its production lines for e-book readers at the end of 2009 instead of the first quarter of 2010 as originally planned...

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    Computex 2009: Netronix e-books

    Taiwan's Netronix, a network equipment maker that also specializes in e-reader manufacturing, exhibited a range of 6- to 9.7-inch e-books at Computex Taipei 2009. The electronic...

    Photo: Yvonne Yu, Jun 29.

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