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Philips: Three million units

Jun 4, 00:00

Philips aims to ship three million LCD monitors from its four major production bases in Hungary, Mexico, Taiwan and China (Suzhou, Jiangsu Province) this year, according to Philips...

ITIS: 31 million units in 2002

Jun 4, 00:00

The global LCD monitor market is predicted to reach 31 million units this year, according to Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Information Service (ITIS). The figure is much more...

‘Sports year’ boom

Jun 4, 00:00

Following Sharp’s plan to ship one million LCD TVs this year, up from 500,000 units last year, major Japanese OEMs, including Sony, JVC, Pioneer and Aiwa, have also jumped on...

New entrants heat up the sector

Jun 4, 00:00

Competition in the graphics card market looks like it will become as stiff as the motherboard industry this year, with veteran manufacturers planning to enhance their overall shipments...

Taiwan notebook company 1Q financial results and full-year targets

Jun 3, 00:00

Please see our financial data and charts section for more complete info.

Success via great performance

Jun 3, 00:00

With the DDR266 standard now taking the mainstream, popularity of DDR333 is expected to pick up during the third quarter. At present, several DRAM manufacturers have even launched...

Desktop PCs that look like notebooks – the new ECS DeskNote range

Jun 3, 00:00

Everyone knows that 2001 was a tough year for the PC industry. Overall PC shipments declined across every category except notebooks. With continued growth expected to extend well...

SiS 740 chipset architecture

ECS to feature LCD PCs and latest DeskNote at Computex

Jun 3, 00:00

Taiwan-based Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) is unveiling its latest product aimed at the PC system market – a desktop computer built into an LCD screen – at the Computex...

DeskNote aims to hit one million shipments in 2002

Jun 3, 00:00

The DeskNote hybrid desktop/notebook from Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has sparked widespread consumer interest and market buzz since its launch. It remains a question, though,...

Notebook makers stepping up complete-unit assembly in China

Jun 2, 16:43

After years of sometimes sneaky operations on the mainland, Taiwan’s notebook makers finally got the go-ahead from the Taiwan government to formalize their plant investments...

Acer’s PC sales in China may reach NT$8 billion

Jun 1, 17:48

Acer, gearing up to expand in China’s PC market, has set a revenue target of up to NT$8 billion and expects its PC shipments to grow by 36.8% in China in 2002, a company executive...

May shipments flat as clients waited for Intel price cuts

Jun 1, 17:47

Shipments of notebook computers in May are taking a hit from international PC vendors, who are deferring orders in anticipation of price cuts on Intel’s mobile processors on...

Vendor outsourcing to Taiwan strengthening

Jun 1, 17:47

The trend among international electronics companies to outsource has always underpinned the prosperity of Taiwan’s tech economy, and nowhere is the trend more apparent than...

Compal rumored to land large Dell contract

Jun 1, 17:44

Compal Electronics is rumored to have received a big order from Dell Computer for a 15-inch notebook computer lineup next year, suggesting a good chance for Taiwan’s second-biggest...

Computex Taipei draws more participants despite economic downturn

Jun 1, 17:43

The twenty-second Computex Taipei trade show kicks off today at the Taipei World Trade Center, with various exhibitions set to be held for five days through June 7. Although growth...

Business picking up for Arima Computer

Jun 1, 17:36

With business steadily picking up at Arima Computer, the market is speculating that the notebook maker’s 2002 shipments could come in at 1.8 million to two million units, ahead...

Taiwan’s notebook sector expecting high-growth 2002

Jun 1, 17:03

In 2001, even a faltering US economy and the slump in IT spending could not stop Taiwan’s notebook computer sector. Though most of Taiwan’s 12 notebook makers saw slipping...

Acer, Quanta join forces to launch portable desktop PCs

Jun 1, 16:57

Acer and Quanta, seeking to tap the growth segment between desktop and notebook computers, have joined forces to plan a new line of notebook-like PCs powered by desktop chips...

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