Tuesday 30 December 2014
Digitimes Research: Asustek EeeBook X205 to see poor performance in 4Q14
Asustek Computer's US$199 11.6-inch EeeBook X205 notebook (clamshell-type design), released during the IFA 2014 show, will only achieve shipments of 200,000 units in the fourth quarter...
Wednesday 26 December 2012
Netbook market to end at the end of 2012
With Asustek Computer recently announcing an end to its Eee PC product line from the end of 2012, while Acer also has no plans to release more netbook products, the netbook market...
Monday 10 December 2012
Asustek achieves record November revenues; Pegatron, ASRock see growth
Asustek Computer has announced revenues of NT$39.64 billion (US$1.36 billion) for November, a new monthly record with growths of 11.5% on month and 32.7% on year, while the company's...
Monday 3 December 2012
Asustek expects strong tablet shipments for 2013
Asustek Computer at its global sales meeting (GSM) on December 3, set the annual shipments goals for its three major product lines for 2013 with the notebook shipments expected to...
Thursday 30 August 2012
Asustek outlines future plans
Asustek Computer hosted an investors conference on August 29, announcing that the company's sales performance in the second quarter was better than expected and achieved new records...
Tuesday 10 July 2012
Asustek, Pegatron see growth in June revenues
Asustek Computer has announced revenues of NT$36.02 billion (US$1.2 billion) for June, a new record high with growths of 26.83% on month and 27.46% on year, while the company's revenues...
Wednesday 18 January 2012
Asustek 2011 EPS expected to reach NT$21
Asustek reported total revenues from brand business in 2011 reached NT$350 billion (US$11.67 billion). The industry predicts Asustek's EPS for 2011 to reach NT$21.
Tuesday 6 December 2011
Asustek sets shipment goal for 2012
Asustek Computer, at its global sales meeting on December 5, has set the shipment goals for its four major product lines for 2012 with notebooks and netbooks together to surpass 22...
Tuesday 1 November 2011
Asustek and Acer quibble over notebook vendor rankings in China and Europe
Asustek Computer, citing figures from research firm IDC, pointed out that the company's notebook shipments in China have already surpassed Acer and it has become the second largest...
Tuesday 9 August 2011
Asustek sees strong revenue growth in July
Taiwan-based notebook vendor Asustek Computer has announced non-consolidated revenues of NT$31.86 billion (US$1.1 billion) for July, up 13% on month and 38% on year, representing...
Thursday 4 August 2011
Asustek reducing Eee PC orders
Asustek Computer, seeing better-than-expected Eee Pad Transformer tablet PC sales and dropping Eee PC demand, is gradually reducing its Eee PC orders, according to sources from the...
Friday 29 July 2011
Asustek begins marketing Eee PC X101/X101H netbooks
Asustek Computer will begin marketing its low-priced Eee PC X101/X101H netbooks in the US, Taiwan and other markets by the end of July. For the US market, the Eee PC X101, which runs...
Tuesday 26 July 2011
Asustek may have difficulties achieving 2011 notebook shipment goal
Taiwan-based notebook vendor Asustek has achieved a strong performance in the tablet PC market, but may not be able to achieve its shipment goal of 20 million notebooks and netbooks...
Thursday 30 June 2011
Asustek optimistic about performance in China
Asustek Computer, at a product launch conference in China, pointed out that notebook demand in the China market was weak in the second quarter, but as the IT market will enter the...
Monday 27 June 2011
Asustek to start marketing Atom N435-based Eee PC X101 netbook in July
Asustek Computer will start marketing its low-priced netbook, the Eee PC X101, in July with models running on MeeGo available at US$199 and those running on Windows 7 available at...
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