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Thursday 24 November 2022
PC sales in China disappoint during Double 11
PC sales during China's Double 11 online shopping festival were lower than expected and have disappointed thus far in the second half of 2022, prompting channel distributors to once...
Friday 11 November 2022
Asustek cuts substantially mobo and other component inventories
Asustek Computer has scaled down substantially its motherboard and other component inventories, which will return to their appropriate levels at the end of this year, according to...
Wednesday 21 September 2022
AMD keen to secure capacity support from Taiwan
AMD CEO Lisa Su will meet with her TSMC counterpart CC Wei during her upcoming visit to Taiwan, as the US chip vendor looks to secure support from the foundry house and other value...
Friday 16 September 2022
PC suppliers urged to keep eye on inventory, cash flows in 2H22
With PC sales set to disappoint, PC suppliers may have to monitor their inventories and cash flow management in the second half of 2022, according to industry sources.
Monday 5 September 2022
China may step up purchases of AI GPUs from Nvidia, AMD prior to export ban
The fresh US ban on exports of AI GPUs to China has sparked market speculation that the restriction may prompt Chinese clients to accelerate and increase shipment pull-ins for advanced...
Thursday 1 September 2022
Brand notebook vendors cutting prices to offload inventory
Brand notebook vendors are cutting prices to offload excess inventories, which may put their profits under pressure in the second half of this year, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 30 August 2022
Brand PC vendors to see shipments return to pre-pandemic levels
Brand PC vendors will see their 2022 shipments return to pre-pandemic levels due to a disappointing second half, according to industry sources.
Monday 15 August 2022
PC market demand may not rebound until 2H23, says Compal president
The entire PC market is not expected to recover from sluggish demand until the second half of 2023 due to continuous inventory adjustments at brand vendors and unfavorable macro environments...
Friday 12 August 2022
Asustek sees inventory swell to over NT$200 billion
Asustek Computer held over NT$200 billion (US$6.67 billion) worth of inventory in the second quarter of 2022, when its net profits fell over 80% sequentially, according to the PC...
Wednesday 10 August 2022
Taiwan mobo and graphics card makers post revenue drops in July
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card makers including Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology, and Micro-Star International (MSI) all saw their July revenues fall sequentially,...
Monday 8 August 2022
PC chipmakers Intel, AMD, Nvidia lower shipment goals amid sluggish demand
Major PC core chips suppliers Intel, AMD and Nvidia have all revised downward their 2022 shipment or revenue projections along with brand device vendors successively lowering their...
Wednesday 20 July 2022
Chromebook processor shipments to fall by 20 million units in 2022
Chromebook processor shipments are poised to fall by 20 million units on year in 2022, according to sources in the notebook industry.
Friday 15 July 2022
Weak PC shipments to impact suppliers' cash flows in 2H22
Brand PC vendors may start seeing their cash flows affected negatively by shipment slowdowns and the risk of inventory losses in the second half of 2022, according to industry sour...
Wednesday 6 July 2022
Taiwan mobo makers to post 20-30% shipment falls in 2022
Taiwan-based motherboard makers may post as much as 20-30% on-year shipment decreases in 2022, while also seeing their graphics card sales hit hard by the fading crypto boom, according...
Monday 27 June 2022
Asustek, Gigabyte sharply lower motherboard shipment goals for 2022
Taiwan's motherboard vendors including Asustek Computer and Gigabyte Technology have sharply revised downward their shipment goals for 2022 as they can hardly bundle sales of motherboards...
Wednesday 25 July 2018
Asustek ROG Swift PG27UQ gaming monitor
Asustek Computer has rolled out its new 27-inch gaming monitor, the ROG Swift PG27UQ, supporting Ultra HD resolution (3,840 by 2,160) and a refresh rate of 144Hz. It is certified by Nvidia G-Sync HDR, DisplayHDR 1000 and Ultra HD Premium. The device is priced at NT$69,900 (US$2,279). The monitor is also equipped with a light sensor to automatically adjust its brightness to fit with the environment and an eye-protection technology certified by Germany-based TUV Rheinland to control monitor's blue light display and screen flicker.
Friday 2 March 2018
Asustek ZenFone 5
Asustek's 6.2-inch ZenFone 5 dual-camera smartphone is the vendor's first-ever device that supports artificial intelligence (AI). It has an ultraslim-bezel, all-screen design, featuring a stunning 6.2-inch display with a 90% screen-to-body ratio in an glass-covered body. ZenFone 5 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 with AI capabilities. ZenFone 5 has an intelligent dual-camera system that adapts and learns, the vendor said. It comes with Sony IMX363 sensor, 120-degree wide-angle secondary camera and AI-enhanced camera features - including AI Scene Detection, real-time portrait effects, AI Photo Learning and real-time beautification. The intelligent dual-camera system in ZenFone 5 features a f/1.8 wide-aperture six-element lens that captures up to 5X-brighter photos in low-light conditions, as well as enabling Night HDR shots, Asustek said. The wide-angle secondary camera has a field of view that is 2X wider than a standard smartphone camera, for capturing landscapes.
Friday 1 September 2017
IFA 2017: Asustek Windows mixed reality headset
Asustek's Windows mixed reality headset features Microsoft technology to bring immersive real-world and virtual experiences to users. It features a design with a pattern of hundreds of 3D polygons and a glossy tone-on-tone effect. Weighing under 400g and featuring premium antibacterial cushioned materials and a balanced-crown design that reduces pressure on the nose and face, the Asustek Windows mixed reality headset is comfortable to wear for extended periods, according to the vendor. The headset features inside-out tracking with two built-in front-facing tracking cameras with six-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) position tracking. The Asustek headset does not need external sensors or additional software, making the initial setup simple. The head will be showcased at IFA 2017 in Berlin September 1-6
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Monday 28 November 2022
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Thursday 24 November 2022
With years of experience in medical power markets, Asian Power Devices showcases new products at CMEF 2022
Tuesday 22 November 2022
Fusion Worldwide named Outstanding International Branded Distributor
2023 Outlook: 8 trends to shape semiconductor industry in 2023 and beyond
2023 Outlook: China in sanction aftershock, TSMC sees limited impacts
China's imports of IC-making equipment from Dutch doubled in October
TSMC capacity utilization fall to widen in 1H23
SMIC unveils 12-inch fab expansion project over next 5-7 years
Apple car team reportedly in talks with Korean and Japanese suppliers
AMD, MediaTek reportedly in talks to form JV
TSMC to raise quotes for advanced, mature process technologies by 10-20%
BYD Semiconductor takes major stake in Energen
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Taiwan PC monitor shipments decreased by over 17% in 3Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
Taiwan server ODMs to see non-China capacity share rise closely to 50% by 2023, says DIGITIMES Research
Global tablet shipments rise over 20% sequentially in 3Q22 driven by Apple orders, says DIGITIMES Research
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