Tuesday 31 May 2011
Computex 2011: Asustek announces Padfone, bundling smartphone with tablet PC
Taiwan-based notebook brand vendor Asustek Computer, at its pre-Computex press conference, announced its Padfone, bundling a 4.3-inch smartphone with a 10-inch tablet PC for an estimated...
Tuesday 10 May 2011
Motherboard players see mixed result in April
Taiwan-based motherboard players including Asustek Computer, Pegatron Technology, Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI) have reported mixed result for their April...
Thursday 20 January 2011
Asustek details its netbook plan for 2011
Taiwan-based notebook vendor Asustek Computer is aiming to launch 3-4 brand new Eee PC netbooks, not including upgraded models, in 2011 and expects its entry-level price point to...
Tuesday 28 December 2010
Taiwan market: Netbook price dropping to a new low
Strong tablet PC demand continues to impact netbook market and several brand vendors in Taiwan have dropped their netbook price further to attract consumers.
Tuesday 30 November 2010
Asustek concerned that tablet PCs may delay notebook market share plans
As the tablet PC segment has become the hottest topic in the IT market and might even damage the traditional PC market, Asustek Computer is concerned that strong tablet PC sales may...
Thursday 18 November 2010
Asustek hopes AMD can help it achieve netbook shipment target
Because the netbook industry is seeing almost no shipment growth, Asustek Computer expects its recently released AMD-based Eee PC 1015T netbook, which has a lower price point than...
Wednesday 13 October 2010
Taiwan market: Asustek to launch Lamborghini Eee PC in late October
Asustek Computer will launch a luxury Eee PC, the 12.1-inch Lamborghini VX6, in the Taiwan market at a retail price of about NT$25,000 (US$804) at the end of October and will then...
Monday 16 August 2010
Asustek lowers 3Q10 netbook shipments goal due to competition from iPad
Asustek Computer saw sales of its netbooks in the second quarter fall short of expectations mainly due to competition from Apple's iPad, and has downward adjusted its target shipments...
Friday 6 August 2010
Asustek announces Eee PC 1001PQ netbook for preteens
Asustek Computer has announced the launch of the Eee PC 1001PQ, a netbook designed to make it easy for pre-adolescents to learn and have fun, according to the company. The Intel Atom...
Tuesday 20 July 2010
Asustek to launch DDR3-supporting Eee PCs in China, Taiwan
Asustek Computer is set to launch its latest Eee PC netbooks, the 1016P, 1018P and 1015PED, all supporting DDR3 memory and USB 3.0, in the China market in late July as well as in...
Monday 14 June 2010
Quanta lands notebook orders from Asustek, says paper
Quanta Computer has started preparing to manufacture Asustek Computer's notebook orders including both traditional notebooks and Eee PCs at its plant in Shanghai, China and is aiming...
Tuesday 4 May 2010
Asustek expects to ship 7-8 million Eee PCs for a global netbook market share of 20% in 2010
Asustek Computer expects to ship 7-8 million Eee PCs for a global netbook market share of 20% in 2010 and the company also expects to remain as the second-largest netbook brand in...
Wednesday 7 April 2010
Softex Taipei: Asustek to push new Calpella notebooks
Asustek Computer will push its latest Calpella-based notebooks at Softex Taipei (April 8-12) including the USB 3.0-featuring 15.6-inch N61J and 14-inch N82J. The company's Calpella-based...
Friday 2 April 2010
Gigabyte and Asustek aim for strong USB 3.0 product shipments in 2010
Gigabyte Technology vice president of motherboard business Henry Kao, at the recent USB-IF forum, pointed out that the company expects to ship a total of five million USB 3.0 motherboards...
Thursday 1 April 2010
Taiwan market: Asustek cuts Windows 7-based netbook prices
Asustek Computer has recently dropped its Eee PC 1001HA with Windows 7 to NT$9,999 (US$314) in the Taiwan market and the company has also reduced the price of its dual-core Intel...
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