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Touchscreen notebooks seeing weak demand
  • As channel retailers have turned to place their focuses on clearing up their Ivy Bridge-based notebooks, touchscreen notebooks seem to have lost their loves.

    Last update: Wednesday 31 July 2013 [6 news items]

Notebook vendors conservative about touchscreen notebook shipments in 3Q13

Jul 31, 16:16

Notebook vendors increasingly are conservative about touchscreen notebook shipments in the third quarter of 2013, and in general are not expected to start shipments until September,...

Touchscreen notebook penetration to fall below expectations

Jul 31, 16:08

Touchscreen notebooks may not be able to achieve the market penetration expected as channel retailers have placed most of their focus on clearing existing inventories of Ivy-bridge-based...

Notebook ODMs remain optimistic about touchscreen notebooks

Jul 19, 14:54

Although touchscreen notebooks are only expected to account for 8% of overall notebook shipments in 2013, notebook ODMs are still optimistic about the product line's long-term perf...

Order visibility for notebook touch modules improving

Jul 17, 15:32

Order visibility for Taiwan-based touch module suppliers has improved recently after Microsoft lowered the technical specifications of touch modules for use in Windows 8.1 touch-enabled...

Digitimes Research: Notebook players enjoy on-month growth in June

Jul 2, 15:30

Major notebook brand vendors and ODMs enjoyed on-month shipment growths in June with brand vendors together seeing a growth of 19% and ODMs 16%. Among the brand vendors, Hewlett-Packard...

Touchscreen notebook proportion expected to rise to 40% in 3Q13

Jun 3, 20:21

As vendors will launch more touchscreen notebooks, the proportion of notebooks sold in the Taiwan market with touchscreens is expected to rise from 10-15% in the first half of 2013...

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