Thursday 26 November 2009
Taiwan market: Asustek launches several Ion-based PCs
Asustek Computer has launched Ion-based netbooks, nettops and all-in-one PCs including the Eee Box PC EB1501 and EB1012, Eee PC 1201N, and Eee Top PC ET2002 in Taiwan.
Friday 7 November 2008
Global and white-box netbook vendors facing difficulty entering the China market
Global first-tier vendors are being met with stiff competition in the China market as local brands, such as Hasee, have launched netbook products with similar specifications, but...
Tuesday 28 October 2008
VIA forms white box netbook supply chain for second-tier vendors
VIA Technologies has announced the establishment of Global Mobility Bazaar (GMB), which will function similar as Intel's Common Building Block (CBB) for white box netbook market,...
Friday 12 September 2008
LCD panels in oversupply in China white box handset market, AUO executive says
Oversupply of LCD panels will persist in the white box handset market in China, as the low technological barrier has allowed competition from a lot of suppliers, according to CT Liu,...
Wednesday 16 July 2008
Handset chip demand from China white-box market growing strong
Demand for handset chips from China's white-box market has started to grow after remaining low for two quarters, according to Taiwan-based IC distributors WPG Holdings and KC Upper...
Wednesday 11 June 2008
PVI May sales hit hard by weak China white box handset market
Prime View International (PVI) saw its May revenues drop 30.7% to NT$538 million (US$17.69 million), compared to NT$777 million for April, because of fast declining demand from China's...
Wednesday 4 June 2008
Small-size panel suppliers hit hard by weak China white-box handset market in May
Small-size panel suppliers are expected to report sharp declines for their May performance as a result of fast shrinking demand in China's white-box handset market, plus a seasonal...
Tuesday 3 June 2008
Computex 2008: Intel officially announces Atom, 90% of devices come from Taiwan makers
Intel has officially launched its Atom series processors for low-power consumption, low-cost PCs designed to give users access to the Internet anywhere.