HP, Dell and Asustek said to plan launch of 15-inch ultrabooks without an ODD
Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
As Apple reportedly may remove the design of the internal optical disc drive (ODD) for its new MacBook Pro and make it an optional pick, sources from supply chain pointed out that brand vendors such as Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell and Asustek Computer...
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The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted production and weakened consumer confidence, with all ICT sectors bracing for major declines in shipments. Digitimes Research has conducted analyses on three mobile device sectors, namely notebooks, smartphones and tablets in the wake of the outbreak.