166 news items tagged Chromebook
Global tablet market – 3Q 2020Wednesday 25 November 2020
Global tablet shipments amounted to 43.83 million units in third-quarter 2020, up 10.5% on quarter and 0.4% on year.
Top-5 notebook brands see October shipments hit year's new high, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 17 November 2020
The world's top-5 notebook brands saw their combined October shipments (excluding detachable models) hit another new monthly high for 2020 reaching over 17 million units, due mainly...
Notebook ODMs to see strongest-ever first quarter in 2021Tuesday 17 November 2020
Notebook ODMs are expected to post only single-digit sequential decreases in shipments for the first quarter of 2021, compared with the 20-30% declines usually seen during the same...
Asustek expects robust shipments in 1H21Thursday 12 November 2020
Asustek Computer expects shipments of its notebooks, motherboards and graphics cards to stay robust through the first half of 2021.
MediaTek announces new Chromebook chipsWednesday 11 November 2020
MediaTek has unveiled its MT8192 and MT8195 chipsets for the next generation of Chromebooks, with the 7nm MT8192 for mainstream devices and the 6nm MT8195 for premium models.
Strong Chromebook sales boost Acer, Asustek revenuesWednesday 11 November 2020
Acer and Asustek Computer both saw impressive gains in their sales during the first 10 months of 2020, buoyed by strong Chromebook sales.
Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2020Thursday 5 November 2020
Taiwan's third-quarter 2020 notebook shipments grew 4.3% sequentially and picked up 31.3% on year to arrive at 44.46 million units, a new high since the second quarter of 2012.
Component shortages continue to disrupt Acer Chromebook shipmentsThursday 29 October 2020
Component shortages continue to disrupt Acer's Chromebook shipments, which can fulfill only 30% of customer orders, with shipments for the remainders having to be deferred, according...
Acer expects replacement demand to drive notebook market growth in 2021Friday 23 October 2020
Replacement demand from the consumer sector, in addition to Chromebooks, will be driving the overall notebook market growth in 2021, according to Acer chairman and CEO Jason Chen.
Acer releases new PCs for year-end 2020Thursday 22 October 2020
Acer has announced its latest notebooks, monitors and projectors as well as its first Chromebook that is equipped with an Arm-based processor.
Notebook demand still sound in 4Q20 before waning in 2021Thursday 22 October 2020
Notebook vendors saw strong shipment gains in the second and third quarter of 2020 with the momentum remaining robust in the fourth quarter, but they may see demand for their computer...
Microsoft Surface makes way into entry-level sectorMonday 19 October 2020
Microsoft has priced the latest member of its Surface family - the Surface Laptop Go - at only US$549 with the device believed to be targeting primarily Chromebooks as its competition,...
Global notebook shipment forecast, 2021 and beyondWednesday 14 October 2020
Notebook shipments are expected to grow over 20% on year in 2020 thanks to demand from stay-at-home activities in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Chromebook shortages may ease starting NovemberTuesday 13 October 2020
The global supply of Chromebooks has been tight due to component shortages, which nevertheless are expected to ease slightly starting November, according to sources from ODMs.
Global notebook shipment CAGR at 0.9% in 2020-2025, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 6 October 2020
Global notebook shipments are forecast to rise at a CAGR of 0.9% from 2020 to 2025, according to Digitimes Research's latest five-year forecast for the notebook industry.
HDD demand picking up thanks to surging Chromebook ordersMonday 21 September 2020
Robust demand for Chromebooks from the education segment has not only led to shortages of entry-level processors and LCD panels, but also spurred demand for hard disc drives (HDDs),...
Top-5 notebook brands see shipments peak in August, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 15 September 2020
Global top-5 notebook brands' combined shipments in August 2020 - not including detachable models - hit a new high for 2020 as shipments to the consumer segment gew on year, and education...
Acer delays notebook deliveries due to components shortfallThursday 10 September 2020
Acer has had to reschedule 70% of its notebook deliveries to next month due to shortages of panels and diverse ICs, especially those for educational models which will see strong demand...
Acer to purchase more MediaTek chips for ChromebookThursday 10 September 2020
Acer is looking to adopt more MediaTek chips in its Chromebooks to ensure the stability of its supply, according to Jason Chen, chairman and CEO for the brand PC vendor.
Notebook brands pushing enterprise and gaming models in 2H20Friday 4 September 2020
Brand vendors have seen strong PC sales due to stay-at-home activities worldwide and are now primarily focusing on releasing enterprise and gaming models to cater to related demand,...
Memory chipmakers hold nearly 4 months of inventoriesFriday 4 September 2020
Samsung Electronics and some others have held nearly four months of DRAM and NAND flash inventories on average, due to a slowdown in orders for datacenter applications and overall...
Component makers cautious about Chromebook ordersThursday 3 September 2020
Although brand vendors and ODMs have been keen on Chromebook shipments recently, component suppliers are wary of possible fluctuations in orders from this notebook segment, according...
Google, Compal teaming up for new-gen ChromebookWednesday 2 September 2020
Google is developing its next-generation Chromebook, codenamed Halvor, with Compal Electronics being the ODM partner, according to industry sources.
Chromebook demand to stay brisk through 1H21Monday 31 August 2020
Chip demand for Chromebooks is expected to remain brisk through the first half of 2021, driven by a surge in distance education amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to sources...
Notebook, mobo, graphic card shipments to sustain growth in 2H20Monday 31 August 2020
Taiwan-based vendors of notebooks, motherboards and graphic cards are expected to sustain robust shipment momentum in the second half of the year, driven partly by stronger-than-expected...