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Taiwan keyboard and mouse players suffer on-month revenue drop in May

Jun 11, 17:16

Taiwan-based keyboard and mouse makers and vendors Chicony Electronics, Sunrex Technology, Darfon Electronics and KYE Systems all suffered on-month revenue drops in May 2009.

First-tier notebook makers see on-month revenue drop in May

Jun 10, 16:59

First-tier notebook makers Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics, Wistron and Inventec all saw on-month revenues decline in May 2009.

Wistron reports strong on-year sales growth for May

Jun 9, 15:29

Wistron has announced consolidated revenues of NT$38.73 billion (US$1.18 billion) for May 2009, down 4.89% from NT$40.72 billion for April, but up 31.37% from NT$29.48 billion for...

Compal to maintain notebook shipments guidance for 2Q09 despite component shortages, says president

Jun 5, 12:02

Compal Electronics president Ray Chen has said the company will not change its guidance of a 15-20% sequential increase in notebook shipments for second-quarter 2009, despite component...

Ray Chen, Compal president

VIA expects to see profits driven by white-box netbooks in 4Q09

Jun 4, 12:19

VIA Technologies expects its white-box netbook alliance to start contributing profits in the fourth quarter of 2009, according to the company.

Notebook component shortages to persist throughout 2Q09

Jun 4, 11:13

The notebook industry will continue to suffer component shortages, especially of LCD panels and optical drives through the end of the second quarter, according to sources with notebook...

PCB makers seeing limited order visibility from notebook segment

May 27, 15:17

Taiwan's PCB manufacturers may see a sequential drop in orders from the notebook segment in June, according to industry sources.

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Notebook component shortage likely to get worse in 2H09, says Inventec

May 19, 14:27

The supply of key notebook components may continue to worsen in the second half of 2009 leading to increasing costs, according to Alexander Hsu, president of Inventec's finance division...

Over 50% of white-box netbook makers in Shenzhen may quit the market, says paper

Newswatch - May 18, 10:45

China-based white-box netbook makers are being affected by component shortages with some only able to fulfill 60% of orders. If the shortages do not improve soon, over 50% of makers...

Taiwan vendors slow down CULV notebook volume shipment schedules

May 15, 14:54

Taiwan-based notebook vendors including Acer, Asustek Computer and Micro-Star International (MSI), have all slowed down their volume shipment schedules for Intel CULV-based ultra-thin...

Holy Stone, Polytronics see slower revenue growth in April

May 8, 16:12

Passive component makers Holy Stone and Polytronics Technology saw April revenues increase 11.5% and 18.6% to NT$984 million (US$29.87 million) and NT$74.59 million, respectively,...

China white-box market seeing no Atom shortages, says local netbook maker

Apr 30, 17:05

Commenting on recent reports of shortages of IC components in the local China netbook market, president of China-based white-box netbook maker Jumper said that there is currently...

Netbook parts and components in short supply, says DRAMeXchange

Apr 27, 15:08

The supply of up-stream parts and components for netbooks has become increasingly tight recently as white-box netbook vendors in China are ramping up output to meet anticipated demand...

Gigabyte lands netbook motherboard orders from China-based vendor

Apr 27, 11:24

Gigabyte Technology has received orders for netbook-use motherboards from a China-based branded netbook vendor, and the company is approaching other white-box vendors for more orders,...

Notebook component maker Chicony to hand out NT$3 dividend for 2008

Stockwatch - Apr 20, 15:08

Taiwan-based notebook component supplier Chicony Electronics has decided to deal out a dividend of NT$3 (US$0.09) for its 2008 operations, including NT$2.50 in cash and NT$0.50 in...

GCE eyes 10-15% sequential notebook PCB shipment growth in 2Q09

Apr 16, 16:07

Taiwan-based PCB maker Gold Circuit Electronics (GCE) expects its notebook PCB shipments to grow 10-15% sequentially to 6.3 million units in the second quarter of 2009 with order...

Passive component utilization rates climbing on resumed orders for notebooks

Apr 15, 15:25

Chip resistor maker Ta-I Technology and power choke specialist Cyntec have enjoyed rising utilization rates since March, thanks to resumed orders from the notebook segment. Ta-I noted...

China market: Notebook shortage helps white-box notebook sales, says paper

Newswatch - Apr 14, 14:40

Local channel vendors in China are turning to white-box notebook makers for supply due to the continuing shortage of branded entry-level to mid-range notebooks, according to a Chinese-language...

Passive component demand falls sharply in November

Nov 25, 14:53

Passive component makers expect to see large sales declines in the fourth quarter because of sharply decreasing demand.

Quanta might cut component orders to Foxconn, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 12, 15:47

Due to Foxconn Electronics' (Hon Hai Precision Industry's) aggressive deployment into the notebook OEM market, including taking orders for Apple's MacBooks from Quanta Computer, Quanta...

Taiwan-based NB component makers turn conservative about investment in Vietnam

Sep 24, 12:14

A number of Taiwan-based makers of components for notebook PCs were originally interested in investing in Vietnam to set up an alternative production base to China, but they are now...

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