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Gaming products become a spotlight at IFA 2015

IFA 2015: Asustek unveils gaming products

Sep 3, 15:31

In addition to several Zen-series products, Asustek Computer has unveiled new products under its gaming Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand including a water-cooling gaming notebook, the...

IFA 2015: Acer unveils new gaming products

Sep 3, 15:13

At the company's IFA 2015 pre-show conference, Acer has unveiled a full series of products under its Predator gaming sub-brand including two gaming notebooks, a desktop, a curved...

IFA 2015: Asustek unveils new innovations at pre-show conference

Sep 3, 14:24

Asustek Computer has unveiled its latest innovations at a pre-show conference before IFA in Germany and displayed two ZenWatch 2 smartwatches, the VivoStick, the RT-AC5300 wireless...

IFA 2015: Samsung, Motorola, Huawei to showcase new smartwatches

Sep 3, 10:06

Smartphone vendors including Samsung Electronics, Motorola (Lenovo) and Huawei all plan to unveil their new models of smartwatches at the upcoming IFA 2015 in order to compete effectively...

Ruggedized and gaming notebooks becoming new target of ODMs

Aug 31, 16:15

Notebook ODMs are keen to expand into to gaming and ruggedized device segments that offer high ASPs. The ruggedized notebook market also has seen about a 10% shipment growth every...

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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